Klimageld

”Klimageld” in Germany – information

Photo:https://www.diw.de/de/diw_01.c.874205.de/was_haben_energiepreise_und_klimageld_fuer_konsequenzen_fuer_private_haushalte.html In December 2023, Germany’s coalition government has reaffirmed its commitment to returning revenues from the country’s rising national CO2 price for heating and transport to its citizens. This initiative, known as the “Klimageld” or climate bonus mechanism, is set to be implemented from 2025. The plan involves increasing the levy from the current 30…

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COP28 – Climate Fighter’s conclusions

Photo: https://greenfue.com/cop28-president-7/ One week into COP28, held in the UAE—a major oil producer—and chaired by an oil company CEO, expectations were understandably muted. This marks the 28th year of COP meetings without significant shifts in addressing climate urgency. In 2023, as temperatures soared above 2°C for the first time, the response from world leaders remains…

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Unveiling the Ocean’s Story: The Surge in Monthly Sea Surface Temperature and Climate Change

In the intricate dance of Earth’s climate, the oceans play a starring role, and recent decades have witnessed a profound narrative unfold. At the heart of this tale is the marked increase in Monthly Sea Surface Temperature (SST), a telling sign of the broader impacts of climate change. A Temperature Tapestry: 1960 to 2022 From…

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Green Light for Loss and Damage Fund on COP-28’s Opening Day.

“On Day 1 of COP-28, a groundbreaking decision was reached to operationalize the Loss and Damage (L&D) Fund, signaling a crucial step forward in compensating nations impacted by climate change. #COP28 #ClimateAction Navigating the Evolution of the Loss and Damage Fund: From Inception to Operationalization The Loss and Damage (L&D) Fund, officially announced at COP-27…

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Positive Step: Decline in Ireland’s 2022, yet Significant Efforts Needed Ahead

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Ireland has released its provisional greenhouse gas emissions report for 2022, revealing an overall decrease of 1.9% compared to the previous year. The figures indicate positive strides in emission reduction across key sectors, except for the Transport sector. Key Points: In conclusion, while Ireland celebrates a reduction in overall…

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Innovative Measures and Green Initiatives Lead to a Greener Future for Peugeot

The Peugeot factory in France, has reported noteworthy achievements in the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions during the year 2021. The automotive manufacturer’s commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility has manifested in concrete actions, resulting in positive strides toward a greener and more eco-conscious manufacturing process. Key Highlights: The Peugeot factory’s achievements in CO2…

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Climate Activists Rally Outside Chemical Factory in Berlin, Demanding Urgent Action on Environmental Impact

In a passionate display of concern for the environment, hundreds of climate activists gathered outside a chemical factory in Berlin today, demanding immediate action to address the industry’s impact on the planet. The protesters, representing diverse environmental groups, rallied together to raise awareness about the chemical factory’s potential contribution to climate change and environmental degradation….

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