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Climate Change and the EU Budget 2021-2027

Published: 15 October 2019
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The EU, its institutions and all Member States must prioritize urgent action in order to implement the Paris Agreement's goal to limit the increase in temperatures to 1.5°C. The MFF 2021-2027 is the last investment cycle to help change course, and a stronger climate performance is urgently needed to reach our 2030 climate targets.

The German Coal Conundrum

Published: 4 July 2014

The focus on the Energiewende has increasingly shifted to the role of coal in Germany. Arne Jungjohann and Craig Morris take a critical and historical look at the German coal situation and find that coal is in fact not making a comeback in Germany.

Renewables: The Only Path to a Secure, Affordable and Climate-friendly Energy System by 2030

Published: 9 April 2014

This paper demonstrates that an expansion of renewable energy sources is the only path to a secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy system until 2030 and beyond. Renewables not only drastically reduce emissions and other environmental and social burdens; they also reduce energy import dependency and hence increase energy security, strengthen local economies, and create jobs.

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Myth of Nuclear Power - A Guide

Published: 13 March 2014

Three years after the disastrous earthquake in Japan that triggered a tsunami and eventually the nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima we cannot claim to manage the risks of nuclear power with a clear conscience. The nuclear power industry has struggled to make a comeback. To address the myths of nuclear power, the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung has commissioned renowned international nuclear experts to deliver reports that provide the public with an overview of current, fact-rich, and nuclear-critical know-how.

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