Transport turnaround could fail due to wrong subsidies

With the current coalition agreement, Germany is likely to miss the European climate targets in the transport sector, according to experts. “The coalition agreement is a step forward compared to the last legislative period. But if I take what it says in black and white, it is not a blueprint for achieving the 2030 climate protection targets,” Christian Hochfeld, director of Agora Verkehrswende, assesses the paper in an interview with Europe.Table.

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