FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 42/21

to the German edition SPD, Greens and FDP present key points for a possible coalition: 12 euro minimum wage, "super write-offs" for climate protection investments, no tax increases, no softening of the debt brake - SPD, Greens [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 39/21

to the German edition Difficult coalition negotiations expected: The election result in the Bundestag election is not clear at the time of going to press, with the CDU and SPD candidates for chancellor, Arnim Laschet [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter KW 39/21: Schwierige Ergebnis bei der Bundestagswahl, UN-Generalversammlung sendet Klimasignale, Klimakonferenz vor dem Scheitern? Neues von Wasserstoff, nachhaltiger Mobilität und mehr

zur englischen Ausgabe Schwierige Koalitionsverhandlungen erwartet: Das Wahlergebnis bei der Bundestagswahl ist zum Redaktionsschluss nicht eindeutig, die Kanzlerkandidaten von CDU und SPD, Arnim Laschet und Olaf Scholz beanspruchen den Wahlsieg für sich. Derzeit (Montag 05:14 Uhr) [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 37/21

TO THE GERMAN EDITION Parties unable to implement climate protection targets: The German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) has scrutinized the programs of the parties represented in the Bundestag and comes to the conclusion that none [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 36/21

To the German Edition Greens call for compulsory solar roofs throughout Europe: While the German government has temporarily abandoned plans for compulsory solar roofs, the Greens are now making an attempt via Brussels. The Greens [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 34/21

to the German edition Federal government wants to establish climate club: Federal Finance Minister Olaf Scholz submits a corresponding key points paper to the cabinet. In May, Federal Finance Minister Olaf Scholz outlined the main [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter week 33/21

to the German edition Greenhouse gas emissions show significant increase this year: According to calculations by the think tank Agora Energiewende, greenhouse gas emissions will increase significantly this year. Compared to 2020, they are expected [...]