The NGO Greenpeace has Volkswagen in its sights, and that is little to say. For more than ten years now, the organization has denounced the practices of the German automobile giant. Dieselgate, and more recently the purchase of CO2 credits, everything goes. Greenpeace is not giving up on Volkswagen, including at a sporting event such as Euro 2020 football.
Yesterday, at the start of the match between France and Germany, the spectators saw a funny spectacle: a paramotor came to land on the lawn, the maneuver having also partially failed with two injured as a result. and close by spectators. The original plan was to fly over the stadium with a message, but not to land. Unfortunately, technical problems forced the pilot to touch the ground in an emergency.
On the wing of the paramotor, we could read “clear the oil”. Greenpeace is asking the Volkswagen group to stop selling petrol and diesel cars. The funny thing is that the engine that propelled the pilot also runs on fossil fuel.