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FAIReconomics Week 48/22

to the German edition World Species Conference has come to an end: Even critics are more or less satisfied. Unlike COP27, the World Species Conference has decided on better protection for 54 more shark species. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 47/22

to the German edition UNFCCC_COP27_19Nov22_ClosingPlenary_KiaraWorth-42 Agreement at World Climate Conference and mixed reactions: The World Climate Conference has agreed for the first time on a common pot of money to compensate for climate [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 46/22

to the German edition Industry calls for compliance with 1.5 degree target: Corporations such as Amazon, Nestlé, Microsoft and Ikea have joined around 200 companies, organisations and celebrities in calling for global warming to be [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 43/22

to the German edition Skimming off profits from electricity prices also retroactively?  In the course of the electricity price brake, 90 percent of the windfall profits are to be skimmed off by the operators on [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 38/22

to the German edition Companies are to contribute to plastic waste disposal in parks:  Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke (Greens) wants manufacturers of single-use plastic to soon contribute to the costs of removing such waste [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 37/22

to the German Edition Despite energy crisis - Green Party leader Lang urges rapid coal phase-out: "It is necessary that we phase out coal in 2030 - if only to achieve our climate goals," said [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 36/22

to the German edition Coalition agreement on relief package with climate component: After long negotiations and a night session, the leaders of the traffic light coalition have agreed on a third relief package with a total [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 35/22

to the German edition Electricity prices are rising alarmingly: Federal Finance Minister Christian Lindner has called for speed in the reform of the electricity market. "The federal government must address electricity prices with the utmost [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 34/22

to the German edition Economics Minister Habeck rules out longer running times for nuclear power plants: Federal Economics Minister Robert Habeck has ruled out longer running times for the last three German nuclear power plants [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 24/22

to the German edition Habeck wants to tighten anti-trust law to get a grip on rising petrol costs:Federal Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens) wants to react to the high petrol prices despite the petrol discount [...]