Die-in against air pollution in Barjemon Square

Dark clouds, “breathing kills” sign and smoke bombs. In a die-in Saturday in front of the town hall, around fifty people intended to raise the level of awareness of the climate emergency. The Marseille region is a bad student on the blackboard of the fight against pollution. Climate Action Network, Greenpeace and Unicef ​​have singled him out in more ways than one.

The Marseille metropolis is suffocating under the oxides and its inhabitants are defending, denouncing the demonstrators. At issue: road, sea and air traffic, but also “ industrial activities located in Fos-sur-Mer “. Activities, which, added to the loss of arable land, are not without consequences on health and “ cause approximately 2,500 premature deaths each year in the agglomeration “. The associations are calling for significant decisions to finally make health prevail over the economy. Offers ?

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