Würzburg, August 15th, 2023, 5:00 p.m. – For the second time on Tuesday, a protest march of Letzte Generation moves through Würzburg.

At the center is Eberhardräder a farmer of 40 years from Basthemim. He hopes his support prompts action from politicians. As a farmer, he sees with his own eyes what the climate crisis can do.

Eberhardräder says, "I'm part of the last generation, because as a farmer I've noticed for a number of years that the climate crisis is causing us more and more problems today, with heavy rainfall and capricious weather, which did happen before, but those were once-in-a-century events and not every few years," in a video statement from the street. He continues, "And when I imagine...or I really don't want to imagine what will happen in a few years due to even more climate crisis, it becomes unbearable. That's why we should act now and it's inevitable that we have to support The Last Generation, that we take to the streets until the government, until politicians act," the Bavarian farmer continued.

By protesting without a permit, and with his tractor, the farmer risks not only committing an administrative offense but also losing his driver's license. But it seems worth it to him to make it clear to the government what they are actually risking here:
Ebergharbräder says, “I have a son who is studying agriculture. I have a farm that I would like to hand over, but a successful handover also requires an intact climate and I don't see that! I see this whole next generation in danger!" - Letzte Generation Blog, 8-15-2023


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