News Digest Item
07 Feb 2018

Climate action programme set back years


Elements of the Climate Action Programme 2020, which the German government approved in 2014 to close the gap between projected greenhouse gas emissions and the reduction target of 40 percent by 2020, have still not been put into action, Silke Kersting writes for Handelsblatt. A support programme for energy-efficient vehicles that was supposed to save between 1 and 1.5 million tonnes CO2 equivalents had still not been passed.

Read the article in German here.

Read a CLEW factsheet on the Climate Action Programme here.

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