German carmakers fall under the eye of the storm environmentalists. In particular, Greenpeace and the Deutsche Umwelthilfe group, which ask to bring forward the stop to the sale of vehicles with internal combustion engines to 2030. “A threat to health”, defined the two organizations, which then asked the car manufacturers German of move faster compared to what the European Commission has decided to do, which will introduce the same ban in 2035. And to the words, the environmentalists are ready to follow the facts.
As reported by Il Sole 24 on newsstands this morning, Greenpeace and the Deutsche Umwelthilfe group announced that they are ready to Sue manufacturers who do not sign a binding commitment. We will see how the German car manufacturers called into question will react: Volkswagen, which three days ago signed a 42 million dollar agreement in the US to close the story of the defective airbags of the Japanese Takata,
bankruptcy in 2017, it set itself the goal of 70% e-cars by 2030 and a stop to hybrids and petrol engines from
2035, while Daimler and BMW said they were in line with the goals of the Paris climate agreement
limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. The strategies will they change?