Three definitive volumes on the West German anti-nuclear energy movement that includes many original documents, essays, portraits, and photos, as well as DVDs with short documentaries and news programs of the day.
Graphics and explanations of the main reasons for the Energiewende. It includes sections of climate change, reducing energy imports, stimulating investment in new technologies, energy security and eliminating nuclear power.
The story of Germany’s social movements and the Green Party told through the person of Joschka Fischer, one of the Greens’ leading figures in the 1980s and 1990s. Hockenos is a U.S., Berlin-based journalist who writes about energy issues and the Energiewende.