The Evangelical Church in Germany decides on speed limits for business trips

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Church in Germany decides on speed limit

In order to fulfill the task of preserving creation, the Evangelical Church in Germany decides to limit the speed for business trips. Even in Switzerland there are church measures against climate change.

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In the future, speed limits will apply to employees of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) on business trips. The news portal Spiegel Online informs about it.

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Andreas EngelAuto & Mobility editor

A maximum of 100 km/h on motorways and a maximum of 80 km/h on country roads – all employees of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) should now observe these speed limits on business trips. The news portal Spiegel Online informs about it. Accordingly, the synod – a representative body of church members – considers speed limits necessary to fulfill the church’s mandate for the integrity of creation. “The decision was made after a controversial debate at the end of four days of synod consultations,” Spiegel said in an agency report on the EKD website.

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