News Digest Item
04 Oct 2018

Germany has turned against action on climate change


The German government has been fighting for weaker EU climate targets, car emission standards and coal pollution rules, writes Zach Boren for the Greenpeace journalism project Unearthed. “The widely reported fight for the [Hambach] forest may be the German government’s most visible move to defend fossil fuels, but behind the scenes it has been quietly taking a number of positions at odds with the country’s Energiewende-inspired green rhetoric,” according to Boren.

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