That means to stop the clearing. Of trees, in this case.
That this particular Rodungsstopp could also stop the construction of Tesla’s planned Gigafactory in Brandenburg – and what could turn out to be the livelihood of 12,000 people – doesn’t seem to interest the greener than green politicians who have sought it.
Tesla has been ordered to temporarily halt preparations for a car factory in Germany after environmentalists won a court injunction on Sunday…
Protesters say the factory is a threat to local wildlife and water supplies…
According to local media reports, Tesla has promised to relocate colonies of forest ants, reptiles and bats, and is working with conservationists. Last month, authorities defused seven Second World War bombs discovered at the site.
Tesla currently has two Gigafactories in the US and one in Shanghai, China.
Der Rodungsstopp an der geplanten Tesla-Fabrik in Brandenburg alarmiert die Wirtschaft: Mehrere Verbände warnen vor Konsequenzen für den gesamten Standort Deutschland.
I’m sure Poland or Hungry would not mind having a Tesla factory in their back yard.
That’s right. 20,000 jobs and Poland just down the road (Amazon does this). Suddenly, inexplicably, the court has decided that they can continue clearing the forest after all. By the way, this forest was one of those man-made numbers, planted with one type of tree, like an orchard. They’re all mad.