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Bernhard Schwager Jun 4
At the conference of the German council for sustainable development brought to the point that the German sustainability strategy should be more ambiguous. Helen was chair of the 2nd German Peer Review.
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CWTFO Jun 4
no participations list "due" ...
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Teresa Ribera Jun 4
Great day in : challenges. Much to do yet!
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Marie Westphal Jun 3
Looking forward to Annual Conference of German Council for in today.
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BE.ive Jun 4
“There are many issues out there that will create for future generations.” - Karl Falkenberg during the Peers discussion at in .
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Rutuja Lele Jun 4
Angela says it loud and clear! Hope you had an inspiring time listening to her..
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Kate Weldon LeBlanc Nov 3
We felt the love!! 🧡
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Marius Hasenheit Jun 4
Und etwas schwache/flache Antworten bisher...
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Wilderness Int. Jun 4
Ellen and Kai are representing at the conference in Berlin. So far the discussion focused on Germany beeing on the path to sustainability, yet also formidable challenges for our short-term future.
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PARI Jun 4
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modernfamilylaw Nov 3
At the 25th annual conference !
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Teresa Ribera Jun 4
We need to fight for a agreement; focuss on youth and and understanding the digitalisation. needs to pioneer the ! Very interesting speech by Mrs
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Petra Thomas Jun 4
Forum 2 - Great Panel
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Sustainable Natives Jun 4
It was a nice spech, full of references to global challenges, 's proposals (indirectly) and even to .s last shocking Vogelschiss remark (between the lines) - at least she also got some minutes to speak (a bit) about too;)
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KekeVee Jun 6
Still can’t believe it!!!!
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Ellen Weiland Jun 4
A German citizen in the audience points out: “Germans need clear and specific instructions and recommendations to truly work on and reach sustainability goals, not only nice polite talk in English from the peers!” Forum 2
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Jan Philipp Paprotny Jun 4
Farooq Ullah " inequality is one of the main problems in germany" at -Decent jobs including fair wages are key part of solving this problem
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BE.ive Jun 4
"There will not be future competitiveness of Germany 🇩🇪 without " - Helen Clark , former Head of , at . Her main recommendation: for . Niemand soll zurück gelassen werden.
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Sustainche 🇪🇺 Jun 4
"date must be set for phaseout of brown coal" - well, Mme. Merkel is German chancellor since 2005. So, what or who did hinder her to go to the Parliament and propose a date for phasing out brown coal ? 😎
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Sarah Meschenmoser Jun 4
Helen Clark underlining Germany needs to put more efforts into fulfilling the principle to leave no one behind, ,
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