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Germany announces plans to donate 75m vaccine doses next year

Svenja Schulze

The new German government has announced its plans to donate at least 75 million vaccine doses to poorer countries next year. German Economic Cooperation and Development Minister, Svenja Schulze Development Minister, Svenja Schulze, told the Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland news service that the target of 100 million donated doses for 2021 had now been reached. “But we must not stop there. “For ...

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CBD COP15: Germany lists priorities in campaign to halt biodiversity loss

Svenja Schulze

At the opening of the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15) on Monday, October 11, 2021, Germany’s Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze, outlined the nation’s priorities in the campaign to halt the global destruction of nature and loss of biodiversity. German Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze The aim is to develop an effective ...

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Argentina commits to emissions reduction from nitric acid production

Matías Kulfas

At a virtual meeting on Thursday, May 27, 2021 with German Environment Minister Svenja Schulze, Argentine Minister for Productive Development Matías Kulfas signed the Statement of Undertaking of the Nitric Acid Climate Action Group (NACAG). Argentine Minister for Productive Development, Matías Kulfas Argentina is the seventh country to commit to permanently making major reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from national ...

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Petersberg Climate Dialogue: Ministers aim to make COP26 a success

Petersberg Climate Dialogue

The 12th Petersberg Climate Dialogue ended on Friday, May 7, 2021 with a call to make this year’s UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow a success and to conclude negotiations on all unresolved aspects of the rulebook under the Paris Agreement. German chancellor Angela Merkel (L on screen) attends a virtual ’12th meeting of the Petersberg Climate Dialogue conference’ in ...

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Petersberg Climate Dialogue emphasises political preparations for COP26

Alok Sharma

German Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze, and the designated President of the next UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), Alok Sharma, are co-hosting the high-level segment of the 12th Petersberg Climate Dialogue holding from May 6 to 7, 2021. Alok Sharma, COP26 President Taking place as an online video conference, the event will focus on political preparations for COP26 taking place in ...

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German minister describes Constitutional Court ruling as support for climate action

Svenja Schulze

In a ruling on Thursday, April 29, 2021, the Federal Constitutional Court in Germany obliged the government to define more precisely the reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions for the period after 2030. German Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze This formed part of the court’s ruling on several constitutional complaints against the Federal Climate Change Act (Klimaschutzgesetz). It confirms that the ...

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Germany adopts new guidelines for renewable energies in transport sector

Svenja Schulze

At the suggestion of Environment Minister Svenja Schulze, the federal government of Germany on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 increased the share of renewable energies in the transport sector to 28 percent by 2030. This means that Germany goes well beyond the EU requirements of 14 percent. German Environment Minister, Svenja Schulze In addition to stronger incentives for green hydrogen, new ...

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