Alliance wants the rapid introduction of a “climate premium”

An alliance of environmental and social associations and churches is calling on the German government to introduce a “climate premium” to ease the burden on citizens. At the same time, the CO2 price in the transport and heating sectors should be raised more quickly in order to have a steering effect – this would mean that fossil fuels such as oil and gas, and thus refueling and heating, would become more expensive.

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