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Environmental protest disrupts World Health Summit in Germany

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The organization Scientist Rebellion claimed responsibility for the action, pointing out that the climate crisis is also “the greatest health crisis of humanity”.

An environmental organization has tried to undermine the World Health Summit in Berlin (Germany) this Sunday, organizing a protest in front of the event venue and interfering with the security system.

The event was briefly interrupted by the activation of the fire alarm system, an act that caught the attention of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

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“Someone has pulled the fire alarm. They don’t support our discussions. They make protests about the weather and things like that and they think that would make our discussions better. And I think the best way to make the discussions better is to not listen and move on

,” said the German leader as he climbed the podium.

The summit continued after the system was deactivated. The organization Scientist Rebellion claimed responsibility for the action, writing on Twitter that “the climate failure of governments acutely threatens life, security and people’s health” so that the climate crisis is also “the greatest health crisis of humanity”.

In addition, in front of the hotel that hosted the dedicated summit, among other issues , to the fight against covid and polio, some activists gathered, who used glue to adhere to the doors

.

In recent days, other environmental protests have taken place in Europe. Thus, an activist against climate change sprayed this Sunday with orange paint the window of a car dealership of the British manufacturer Aston Martin

in London (United Kingdom).

Furthermore, on Friday, two young activists against global warming threw soup on a Van Gogh painting in the National Gallery in London and stuck to the wall.

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