This is what Habeck’s immediate climate protection program looks like

A comprehensive package of measures is intended to promote the expansion of solar and wind power in Germany. Two percent of the country’s area should be available for this in the future. Resistance comes from Bavaria.

Lots of graphics in the luggage: Habeck presents its immediate climate protection program.

Reiner Zensen / Imago

There were a lot of graphics and diagrams that the new Economics and Climate Protection Minister Robert Habeck held in the camera to illustrate the situation on Tuesday: the development of greenhouse gas emissions, the energy mix, the expansion of wind power. In one point, however, they were all alike: Whenever Habeck tapped one of the curves with his finger, the gap between “This is where we are” and “This is where we have to go” was quite large.



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