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Episode 92: Germany’s “Energiewende” – A path to transformation or tribulation?

micCommon Ground BerlintodaySeptember 25, 2023

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    Episode 92: Germany’s “Energiewende” – A path to transformation or tribulation? Common Ground Berlin

The German Bundestag passed a controversial measure in September to reduce emissions from heated buildings, which accounts for an estimated 15 percent of Germany’s carbon dioxide output. But will this and other strategies of the German government to transform energy production and consumption help Germany reach its climate goals?
In this latest Transatlantic Takeaway episode recorded as world leaders discuss climate change at the UN General Assembly in New York, hosts Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson of Common Ground Berlin and Rachel Tausendfreund of the German Marshall Fund interview Sven Egenter, editor in chief and executive director of Clean Energy wire in Berlin and Max Gruenig, senior policy advisor in Washington, D.C., focusing on US-EU climate diplomacy for independent climate change think E3G.
Dina Elsayed produced this episode.

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