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Protest against LNG, Neo-colonial Exploitation and Fossil Capitalism in Hamburg
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Credit: Michael Trammer via Visura
Asset ID: VA83224
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Michael Trammer, 2022
Collection: Environment
Location: hamburg
Topics: Activism Documentary Editorial Environment Journalism Photography Photojournalism Protests Reportage Social Justice

Michael Trammer

Based in Hanover, Germany

Freelance journalist based in Hanover and Munich | Prefers to work with different media (photo, video and text) and likes stories with an investigative element. Writes on social movements, social inequality, migration and group-focused...
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"Germany, lousy environmental pig", reads a banner, that is carried down Landungsbrücken, as several thousand demonstrate through Hamburg to kick-off a week of climate protest.

August 10th, 2022
Approximately 150 activists leave Hamburg with charter busses in early morning hours of August 11th and head to the coast of the North Sea, where LNG terminals are built. Pyrotechnics are burnt, as the group enters a building site.

August 11th, 2022
Approximately 150 activists leave Hamburg with charter busses in early morning hours of August 11th and head to the coast of the North Sea, where LNG terminals are built.

August 11th, 2022
Activists block construction machines. There is small scuffles with workers, that wish to continue the construction.

August 11th, 2022
Activists climb onto pipeline pieces, that are prepared on the construction site for a new LNG terminal.

August 11th, 2022
An activists smashes a light of a truck on the construction site with a stone. For the first time the activist do not only block, but also destroy fossile infrastructure.

August 11th, 2022
Hundreds of activists storm onto train tracks leaving Hamburg harbor. Besides LNG infrastructure the climate justice movement this year decided to target the harbor, as a center of fossile capitalism.

August 12th, 2022
A policeman pushes activist to hinder the person from reaching the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
A group of approximately 350 people reaches the train tracks and sits down for a blockade. As a speaker of the harbor railroad said, the train services were suspended from 12 AM to 10 PM.
Activists dig out stones below the train tracks making the use after their departure dangerous. This is a tactic know from the anti-nuclear protest movement and is called "schottern" (roughly translates to "graveling").

August 12th, 2022
An activist uses binoculars to look down the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
Police encircle a second group of 40 protesters that came late to the scene walking on the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
Police use "pain compliance holds" to remove the activists from the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
Police use "pain compliance holds" to remove the activists from the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
Police use "pain compliance holds" to remove the activists from the train tracks.

August 12th, 2022
Protesters are taken into custody to later be released. The activists disguise their identities by glueing off their finger tips and painting their faces to escape prosecution for their actions.

August 12th, 2022