Together with Srećko Horvat, the Croatian philosopher in third place on the transnational list of democracy in Europe – DiEM25, Pamela Anderson presented her election poster last week in Berlin. Nationwide there will be about 1000 posters on which Pamela Anderson advertises for the Green New Deal.
The Green New Deal stipulates that 500 billion euros will be invested annually in climate protection over 5 years via the European Investment Bank. It will change Europe’s infrastructure and economy in such a way that the ambitious climate targets can still be met. It will support the development of renewable energy, the transformation of the transport sector, research into green technologies and the creation of sustainable jobs across Europe.
Green, social, and provocative: Pamela Anderson has been an activist for social and ecological issues for years and fights for animal rights, freedom of the press and against the clearing of the rain-forest. She supports the yellow vests – protests in France and above all she supports climate protection. She supports the pan-European movement (DiEM25) of Yanis Varoufakis, who himself is the leading candidate for democracy in Europe – DiEM25 – in the European elections.
Quote Pamela Anderson:
“I am committed to DiEM25 because these European elections are crucial and this movement, with its various national parties, is the only one to put forward a comprehensive and inspiring Green New Deal for Europe. And I also support this peaceful, progressive and effective movement because it consists of real grassroots activists. I trust people who have given up everything for the good of others.
I know this election poster is a little unusual. But it’s time to go out and do whatever it takes to get people’s attention. Your own voice can make a difference. For me this is a living democracy. The Green New Deal has to be implemented globally, we have to recapture the planet! Let’s rethink many things and have fun!”
Demokratie in Europa – DiEM25
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