Christoph Bals: “Energy autarky would be more problematic for peace policy than cooperation”

Christoph Bals is the political director of the environmental and development organization Germanwatch

The EU has passed the Climate Change Act and also backed it up with measures in the form of the Fit for 55 package. In Glasgow, there were promising announcements on climate neutrality. In Germany, a new government was sworn in that is committed to climate protection. Nevertheless, we are still a long way from the 1.5 degree target. What is your bottom line?

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