Plans unveiled to make the Port of Hamburg Europe’s biggest hydrogen project.
They say their party takes the urgency of the climate crisis seriously.
Are Germany really a green leader, and will they continue to be so?
A german wind farm. Photo credit: Zero2Cool_DE via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen In recent weeks, environmentalists, green groups, and pro-clean-energy fans have lauded a unique fact. Because of high clean-energy generation, the […]
Obama and Merkel in idyllic surroundings in Bavaria, Germany. Photo credit: Reuters / Michael Kappeler / Pool. By Anders Lorenzen Last month at a G7 summit in Bavaria, Germany, world leaders pledged […]
Garzweiler II. Photo credit: Bert Kaufmann via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Last month German environmentalists formed a human chain to protest coal power and coal mining in the country. Protesters showcased their […]
2014 was a record year for Germany’s onshore wind sector. Photo credit: Andreas via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Germany installed a record amount of onshore wind power in 2014, with a total […]
The image shows a brown coal open pit in Germany. In the background a coal plant owned by the Swedish giant Vattenfall. Photo credit: gbohne (cc). By guest contributor Green Blog Two […]
Photo credit: Alexander Neureuter, http://www.neureuters.de. By guest contributor Melanie Mattauch Johannes Kapelle has been playing the organ in the Protestant church of Proschim since he was 14. The 78-year-old is actively involved […]
Photo credit: Wirsol. By Anders Lorenzen On the surface it sounds like good news. Research from Bloomberg finds that solar is set to triumph in Europe this summer, as above normal hot […]