FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 26/21

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 26/21  to the German edition Missing the 2 degree target will have irreversible impacts on humans: In the draft of a comprehensive IPCC report, experts estimate that two degrees of global warming [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 25/21

To the German edition Paris Agreement - Time is running out: Researchers have examined hundreds of IPCC scenarios to see to what extent they can be realised technically, politically and industrially in the coming decades. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter WEEK 24/21  

FAIReconomics Newsletter WEEK 24/21   To the German Edition Green Party Congress: The online Green Party Congress ended yesterday. The delegates followed the line of the party executive on climate, which was not self-evident due to [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 23/21

To the German edition Merkel wants more climate protection worldwide: German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for increased efforts for climate protection. The climate protection conference in Glasgow at the end of the year must provide new [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 20/21

to the German Edition Climate Pact Germany adopted by the Cabinet: Last Wednesday, the Federal Cabinet adopted the Climate Pact Germany. This is the Federal Government's response to the ruling of the Federal Constitutional Court on [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 15/21

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 15/21 to the German Edition Bürgerrat for Climate begins: 160 randomly selected Germans will work out recommendations for a good climate policy from the end of April. The patron will be former German President [...]

FAIReconomics Week 12/21

FAIReconomics Newsletter week 12/21  to the German Edition Forest Day - the German forest is threatened: Yesterday was Forest Day. 90 billion old and young spruces, pines, beeches, oaks and rarer tree species characterise our forests. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter: Week 11/21

to the German Edition The Greens win in Baden-Württemberg, the SPD becomes the strongest party in Rhineland-Palatinate: Before the election, Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann admitted that the energy turnaround was "indeed also expensive" and [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 09/21

to the German Edition Electricity costs in 2020 were higher than ever before: private households in Germany paid around 37.8 billion euros for their electricity in 2020. The levies and taxes included in the electricity price have [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 06/21

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 06/21 German edition Meat consumption is nature's greatest enemy: According to a UN report, humanity must immediately abandon its immense meat consumption in order to stop the global loss of animal species and [...]