Potsdam – Someone wrote “The clock is ticking” on a cardboard sign with a swing and a red felt pen. The sign leans next to dozens of other protest posters on climate protection on the railing of the Long Bridge in the center of Potsdam. A tram stops. The passengers watch. And Lu Yen Roloff says the Greens are too tame for her.
Economy and climate without a crisis, embracing the economy in order to govern – for Roloff, the green party presents itself as an eco-variant of the CDU. She finds that dangerous. Lu Yen Roloff, 44 years old, wants to tell a different story. It’s about how disastrous it is not to be radical enough.
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