Hambacher forest is re-occupied in the past weeks, but there is more and more cop activity in and around the forest on the German territoty near Cologne.
Originally published by Hambi Bleibt.
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Invested in #RWE City of #Düren & Kreis #Kerpen quitely pass a law against structures in trees in #HambacherForst after their “fire risk“ justification for evictions declared illegal afterwards.
Call for citizen & activist pressure for #climate #ecological #social responsibility pic.twitter.com/MtlUuzzAdy
— Hambacher Forst (@HambiBleibt) 4. November 2018
Based on different observations, we assume that an eviction of all soil structures and tree houses is scheduled for next week (Nov. 5th – Nov. 9th). Get ready for it, it’s best to come by early, as the access is likely to be more difficult from the beginning of the week. According to previous experience, first the accesses to the wood will probably be limited and controlled, then barricades and soil structures destroyed and then the tree houses be evicted and destroyed.
— Hambacher Forst (@HambiBleibt) 3. November 2018
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