Your browser does not support this video.Conceptually similarGREENPEACE INITIATES SPEED LIMIT OF 120 KMH ON THE A8 MOTORWAY - NEWS ACCESSPublicGREENPEACE INITIATES SPEED LIMIT OF 120 KMH ON THE A92 MOTORWAY - NEWS ACCESSPublicHALLOWEEN ACTION AGAINST GENETICALLY CONTAMINATED SEED - NEWS ACCESSPublicSWIMMING BANKNOTE BANNER ACTION, BERLIN - NEWS ACCESSPublicNO RETURN TO THE ATOMIC AGE - CDU PARTY HEADQUARTER, BERLIN - NEWS ACCESSPublicBURNING CO2 SYMBOL ACTION - REICHSTAG, BERLIN 2008 - NEWS ACCESS (16:9)PublicIWC - KIDS FOR WHALES, BERLINPublicG.E.: LAUNCH OF SHOPPING GUIDE AT 'GRÜNE WOCHE'-FAIR, BERLIN 2004 - NEWS ACCESSPublicNUCLEAR WASTE PRODUCERS MUST PAY THE DEBACLE IN ASSE 2' - ENBW HQ, BERLIN 2009 - NEWS ACCESSPublicView AllID:GPDMMCDU CAN'T REJECT A SPEED LIMIT OF 120 KM/H, BERLIN - NEWS ACCESSBerlin, 07.11.2007: Greenpeace demands in front of the CDU headquarters in Berlin a general speedlimit of 120 km/h on motorways in Germany. Fifteen activists set up a new kind of entrance in front of the building. This entrance has the shape of an oversized speed limit traffic sign. Staff and visitors who are in favour of the speedlimit may enter the building on a red carpet, through the traffic sign.Staff and visitors who do not agree with the idea of a speedlimit have to use another path, passing dozens of black bags with the word "CO2" written on them. That symbolises the greenhouse gas exhausts caused by the automobile traffic.Statement: Marc Specowius, Greenpeace Germany climate expert (in German).7 Nov, 2007GreenpeaceLocations:BerlinDuration:2m32sParent folder:CDU CAN'T REJECT A SPEED LIMIT OF 120 KM/H, BERLIN - NEWS ACCESSPurpose:PublicShareKeywords:Banners-Buildings / Entrances / Access Roads-Greenpeace Activists-Greenpeace Campaigners-Police-TrafficEditing status:ClipsSelect usageHow will the asset be used (fees only apply on usage)?Select the Media Category for your intended usage.