The goal of environmentalists is to provide a large-scale investment plan of 500 billion euros for the country’s decarbonization, digitization and modernization.
After April 29, the German economic community remained silent on climate issues for several days. In a landmark ruling made that day, the Constitutional Court of Karlsruhe asked lawmakers to specify a road map for reducing emissions after 2030. Most importantly, it included the risk of climate change putting pressure on freedom in the constitutional case law for the first time. Posterity. To be clear, the decision puts climate issues at the core of the Green Party’s plan and has become the top priority of Germany’s political agenda before resuming economic growth.
This is a moment of rupture. The German business community has never been so reluctant to reduce carbon dioxide emissions too quickly.2 pcs, Did not face such huge pressure on the climate issue. Since the appointment of Annalena Baerbock as the candidate for the Prime Minister’s Office of the Green Party, the party has also taken the lead in voting. It is impossible to ignore this basic movement in German society. The two ruling parties in trouble (the conservatives and the Social Democrats of the CDU and CSU) hurriedly decided to strengthen the goal: climate neutrality no longer needs to be achieved in 2050, and it must be achieved in 2045.
The Green Party is at the center of the political game, and a certain degree of tension has captured the economic world. The large industrial federation (BDI), which plays a major role in the political debate, issued a very rigorous analysis of the environmentalist plan in mid-March.She blamed them for building “Planned economy” one left “Interventionist State”,maintain “The fundamental distrust of the principles of the social market economy”, The backbone of the German model. Federal concerns are particularly related to rent ceilings and the Green Party’s reluctance to free trade treaties.
The seriousness of the text surprised the text, because in recent years the industry has been open to environmentalists, and environmentalists have almost given up hostile remarks against the economic world. Annalena Baerbock’s speech at the last BDI conference was highly praised. “But it’s clear that the difference still exists, Emphasizes a source close to industry. Companies are worried about the concrete implementation of climate goals. The risk is that our energy-intensive industries have moved to France, where, for example, electricity is cheap and low-carbon. “
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