Developed countries have a responsibility to slow global warming – E.ON CEO
The industrialised world has created the problem of climate change and now must work to solve it, Johannes Teyssen, CEO of electric utility E.ON, writes in a guest commentary in the Handelsblatt. Mitigating global warming would not only improve the lives of the world’s poorest, it would also reduce migratory flows to Europe - a topic that currently dominates the political agenda, according to Teyssen. “If climate change were to be slowed down, migratory pressure in developing countries would be mitigated by a not-to-be-underestimated amount,” he writes.
Read the commentary in German here.