Anti-Volkswagen pollution demonstration

This is a German language video about the Greenpeace demonstration against the Volkswagen pollution scandal in Wolfsburg, Germany, on 9 November 2015.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain today:

Emissions demo at Volkswagen

GERMANY: Environmental activists protested outside Volkswagen headquarters in Wolfsburg yesterday, unfurling a banner reading Das Problem — a play on the firm’s marketing slogan Das Auto.

Greenpeace protesters also held a C and a 2 on either side of the round VW logo at the factory entrance, spelling out CO2.

The protest was in response to Volkswagen’s announcement last week that it had “understated” carbon dioxide emissions on 800,000 vehicles.

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