German Greens Want to Strengthen Transatlantic Cooperation on Climate Change

German Greens Want to Strengthen Transatlantic Cooperation on Climate Change

Nov 27, 2011

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German Greens Want to Strengthen Transatlantic Cooperation on Climate Change

German Bundestag. Picture by JoshLawton under CC BY-NC 2.0 License.
November 27, 2011
The German Green Party suggests turning climate change cooperation into a strategic priority in the transatlantic relationships. This is the core demand of the motion 17/7356 passed by the Greens in the parliament, the Deutscher Bundestag. Though Congress is so far not acting on climate change, there are other pillars in the US society to connect to and foster collaboration and mutual learning across the Atlantic. One of the vehicles for this is the Transatlantic Climate Bridge of the German government that should be strengthened, according to the resolution of the Greens.

Please click here to download the motion New initiatives for transatlantic cooperation in climate and energy policy (2 pages, pdf, 111KB)

 
 
 
 

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