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Olaf Scholz

Climate warning

Stop the use of russian oil, coal and gas - and stop subsidizing Putin’s war machine

Olaf, not only does your action harm our planet - it also subsidizes Putin’s army in the killing of innocent civilians, not to mention what impact that war has on the environment. Of course it is easy for me as a Swede to tell you this as I won’t suffer from no gas to heat my home or electricity shortages. But I belive many of the wise and intelligent Germans would sacrifice some of these things if it could save Ukrainian lives and stop Putin’s madness. And if you ask other countries you might get help mildering the effects of such a ban. You ought to stop the money going to Putin now! It is your time to decide what the future history books will have to say about your role.

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  • 🇺🇦Dmytro Skorobohatow🇺🇦

    57 w

    Looks like Olaf and Germany completed this one.

    • We Don't Have Time

      90 w

      Dear Petter Körnemark Thank you for getting your climate warning to level 2! We have reached out to Olaf Scholz and asked for a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! /Adam We Don't Have Time

      • Petter Körnemark

        100 w

        I also have a question for everyone. Do you want to be driving around with russian oil in your car? or heating your home with russian gas? or buying products manufactured with energy from russia - knowing that this actually sponsor Putin. Knowing that the true cost for my warm home are human lives. We need to tell our politicians we are okay with the inconviences of shutting down gas, oil and coal import from Russia.

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        • Sweta Chakraborty

          101 w

          Energy independence is pro-democracy. We must be able to disentangle from authoritarian governments in order to both thrive and protect democracy around the world.

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          • Petter Körnemark

            102 w

            The Guardian just wrote "A quick snap from Reuters here that Russian energy giant Gazprom said on Tuesday it was continuing to supply gas to Europe via Ukraine in line with requests from European consumers. The company said requests stood at 108 million cubic metres for 22 March, up from 104.7 million cubic metres for 21 March." https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2022/mar/22/russia-ukraine-war-zelenskiy-urges-talks-with-putin-biden-flags-clear-sign-russia-considering-chemical-weapons-live#block-623977258f081efd32771211

            • Marine Stephan

              102 w

              The transition to renewables should have started long ago, there is no time to wait any longer! I am wondering what the Germans think of that...

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              • Johannes Luiga

                102 w

                I totally agree. As Europeans we must stop this war at any cost. Lowering the heat in our homes and paying more for our energy bills is a low cost compared to the enormous suffering the Ukrainian people is going through 🇺🇦🙏

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                • Petter Körnemark

                  102 w

                  Thanks for agreeing with me. I wonder what the germans in general thinks of this - i believe they should be of the same opinion.

                • Paul Morse

                  102 w

                  In the UK, if we were serious, we could industrialise home insulation and renewable energy very quickly but it takes government leadership and that is plainly absent.

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                  • Petter Körnemark

                    102 w

                    Have you made any Climate idea about it?

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                  • Cynthia LawtonSinger

                    102 w

                    And ramp up the transition with renewable, un-burned electricity generation and electrification of everything that is currently powered with fossil fuels & biofuels.

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                    • Petter Körnemark

                      102 w

                      There is an article about this in Swedish newspaper DN, https://www.dn.se/varlden/arbetstillfallen-stalls-mot-manniskoliv-nar-tyskland-pressas-att-stoppa-rysk-gas/

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