The German cabinet is due to agree on more ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But does the new plan have enough muscle to impress voters worried about climate change?
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Germany's CDU/CSU reject tax hikes and remain vague on climate change in their election platform. On foreign policy, they take a tough stance on Turkey and aim for trans-Atlantic unity on China.
A diverse group of 160 German citizens have until the end of June to present their recommendations for climate protection to the government. DW spoke to two participants.
The German government has approved a bill that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions at a faster rate with the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2045.
Germany wants to have 10 million electric cars on the road by 2030 in a bid to meet its climate targets. But it's not just the cost and limited range that's deterring drivers to go along with this ambitious plan.
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