German court considers banning diesel cars in cities to tackle pollution, protect public health

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Cars pass by a sign reading ‘environment zone’ and allowing entrance just for cars with low emissions recognizable on a green sticker in Frankfurt, Germany. (dpa via AP)
BERLIN: A German court began considering Thursday whether authorities should ban diesel cars from cities in order to lower air pollution, a move that could have drastic consequences for the country’s powerful auto industry.
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The Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig is hearing an appeal by two German states against lower court rulings that suggested driving bans for particularly dirty diesel cars would be effective and should be seriously considered as a means of protecting public health.
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The court has said a verdict could…

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3 Responses to German court considers banning diesel cars in cities to tackle pollution, protect public health

  1. bydesign001 says:

    Imagine how much cleaner the air in Germany would be if Merkel began cleaning the environment by kicking all of the stink a** Muslim invaders who don’t believe in soap and water.

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  2. Austria: makes Glocks, but does not allow its citizens to defend themselves.
    Germany: makes BMW and Mercedes, but does not allow its citizens to drive.
    That’s called SOCIALISM.

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