Living Planet: Hambach — Germany′s coal stand-off | Environment| All topics from climate change to conservation | DW | 13.09.2018
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Living Planet: Hambach — Germany's coal stand-off

For the last six years, activists have been living amongst the trees of Germany's Hambach Forest in a bid to stop energy company RWE from mining the land for brown coal. Plans to clear the area have already been approved and police are enforcing the eviction of protesters. The DW Environment team went to find out more about what this means for fossil fuels in Germany.

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