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 […]
A coastal house by the North Sea in the United Kingdom collapsed following the worst tidal surges in over 60 years. By Anders Lorenzen The United Kingdom (UK), The Netherlands, Germany and […]