FAIReconomics Newsletter week 08/22

to the German edition Federal government agrees on relief for tenants on CO2 costs: The federal government has agreed on key points for relief for tenants on CO2 pricing. "With the swift agreement, the government [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 06/22:

to the German edition Not all protected areas must be protected from wind power: For the goal of reserving two percent of Germany's land for wind power, the Federal Government's Environmental Council is willing to [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 04/22

to the German edition Government gives answer on taxonomy: The German government rejects the EU Commission's plans, this was the result of the first cabinet meeting held last week. Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) said that [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 03/22

to the GERMAN edition Climate opening balance presented: Robert Habeck has presented his opening balance sheet on climate protection and - this was to be expected - it turns out to be disastrous. "The climate [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 02/22

to the German edition EU taxonomy causes high political waves: The discussion on the EU taxonomy was at the centre of last week's debates. Shortly before the end of the year, the EU Commission presented [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 46/21

to the German edition The German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Glasgow. (Photo: COP 26 (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) by flickr.com Criticism and praise at the end of the World Climate Conference: The day before yesterday, the [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 45/21

to the German edition Photo: Number 10 by flickr.com Johnson calls for results: The world climate conference COP26 in Glasgow has now been running for a week, in the second week British Prime [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 44/21

to the German edition COP 26 begins in Glasgow: COP 26, the World Climate Conference, began in Glasgow on Sunday with scepticism among many participants. Joint success or joint failure - this is how the [...]

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 41/21

to the German edition photo: BDU German Environmental Award presented: This year's German Environmental Award goes to species conservation expert Katrin Böhning-Gaese and peatland researcher Hans Joosten. Both have "made outstanding achievements in the broad [...]

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