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IrSi Feb 2
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Ian Gavigan Feb 8
Has anyone written about the German left and the developments w/the vs US left and the ? I know they're v different processes but still...
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Alexander Reitzenstein Mar 4
Not a surprise, but international interest in the German coal phase out and just transition process is huge, including in China. Cross-border learning, knowledge sharing and cooperation on energy&climate are essential to manage transitions and decarbonization.
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eversince Feb 14
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@antoniacarla May 8
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kira Feb 6
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Fossil Free Deutschland Feb 3
When we see a digger, we block it every time. We just can’t get enough, we just can’t get enough! will come again, cos we just seem to get enough!!
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Katharina Nocun Feb 4
"There are no grey areas when it comes to survival." ist erwachsener als die gesamte .
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Pao-Yu Oei Mar 14
Germany’s exports have risen sharply, pushing gas plants in neighbour countries off the market. Our new coal report in English:
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lufabom Jun 1
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Paul Maidowski Jun 10
// Direct link to the primer on energy economics (last 3 pages): Relevant bc we'll keep getting played in energy & climate politics until we learn how to cut through the fog of vested interests' arguments. Point in case, & Hinkley Point C.
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Juan Useros Feb 4
CO2 21,50€ (-0,49) -2,23% hit -as expected- major 38,2% Fibo R. at 21,35€ amid drastic surge of temperatures and wind energy above seasonal norm in north-west Europe.
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Juan Useros Feb 13
CO2 20,36€ (-0,34) -1,64% long positons being liquidated today after price dropped yesterday below double-bottom @ 21,35€. Buying interest located at major 50% Fibo R (19,98€) within the lower Bollinger Band.
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Health and Environment Alliance Mar 18
40% of European power plants run on , the most health harming form of coal, and 🇩🇪 is the top producer and consumer worldwide. Find out why that's a health problem and what has to be done about it
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Extinction Rebellion Berlin Feb 3
The results of the represent no consensus but the destruction of our future. On Feb 1, together with , we took to the streets of . is non-negotiable!
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Serasul🇪🇺 Mar 13
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Climate Transparency May 21
Are you curious, what other countries think about the Germany's Commission? Watch the video and check out what the international reactions to the results of are:
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Matthias Duwe May 14
TODAY at 17:00 CET! "Coal Phase-Out in Germany" - an webinar How a country that built its economy on domestic coal is planning to shut down its remaining coal power plants by 2038.
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European Climate Initiative Mar 6
"In Northrhine Westfalia, we phased out hard coal without laying off a single worker" says Reiner Priggen of at conference in Berlin.
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Jona Ickes Jan 31
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