The EU Parliament has officially declared a “climate emergency.” On Thursday, 429 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) voted in favor of the resolution, 225 voted against.
The European Parliament passed a second resolution ahead of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference in Madrid on Monday. They said by 2030 the EU should reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55%.
MEPs vote today on two resolutions calling for more ambitious climate goals in the EU. Here's what is at stake ⬇ pic.twitter.com/mpCLHYGHab
— European Parliament (@Europarl_EN) November 28, 2019
Klinsmann’s most recent coaching position was as head of the U.S. men’s soccer team from 2011-2016. Born in Germany, the 55-year-old has had an impressive career as a player. He’s tied at six on a list of the World Cup all-time top scorers.
“Every coach has a different style and vision for how they want to play football,” Klinsmann said in a press conference on Wednesday. “In our current situation, however, it’s not about playing pretty or attractive football, we need points!”
— Hertha Berlin (@HerthaBSC_EN) November 27, 2019
Hertha BSC’s previous five games have resulted in one tie and four losses.
The Berliner Zeitung reports that the world-famous KitKatClub could close by June 2020.
Several media reports say the owner is terminating the lease for the KitKatClub and Sage Club at their current location on Köpenicker Straße in Mitte.
In the past years, several clubs have closed due to rising rents, among other reasons.
The KitKatClub has moved locations several times since it opened in 1994.
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