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FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 08/24

to the German edition Why 2024 could be a decisive year for climate protection: In 2024, more than four billion people in over 70 countries will go to the polls, representing around half of the [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 05/24

to the German edition Business is putting pressure on climate protection: more than 50 renowned companies are appealing to the German government and the opposition to make a more determined commitment to a climate-neutral economy. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 04/24

to the German edition Stefan Müller (Foto: CC BY-NC 2.0 DEED by flickr.com) Özdemir wants to stop farmers' protests with a compromise: Agriculture Minister Cem Özdemir (Alliance 90/The Greens) plans to propose a [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 02/24

to the German edition Traffic lights buckle in the face of farmers, Robert Habeck threatened, farmers' protests on Monday: The federal government buckles in the face of massive protests by farmers against planned subsidy cuts. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 50/23

to the German edition COP 28: The phase-out of fossil fuels is jeopardised: At the climate conference in Dubai, politicians are arguing about measures to combat climate change, with a particular focus on fossil fuels. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 48/23

to the German Edition   Employers' President Reiner Dulger (Photo: Photo: BDA | Christian Kruppa) Employers call for climate targets to be withdrawn: Germany is in danger of falling behind as a result [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 45/23

to the German edition CO2 budget only half as large as stated in IPCC report: The carbon emissions budget consistent with the Paris Agreement's 1.5-degree target could be only half as large as stated in [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 43/23

to the German edition If petrol suddenly becomes 38 cents more expensive, then our climate policy has failed: it sounds like boring bureaucracy, but it could become a price hammer for millions of car drivers. [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 42/23

to the German edition Microbeads and glitter banned with immediate effect: This Sunday, the first EU regulation to curb microplastics came into force. Small plastic beads in cosmetics as well as loose glitter will no [...]

FAIReconomics Newsletter Week 25/23

to the German edition Preliminary negotiations for the World Climate Conference: Industrialised nations do not want to pledge more money to the global South. A stocktaking of climate protection efforts to date is planned for [...]

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