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Current hour to climate protection in the German Bundestag

kerosene tax, the CO2 tax, the Expansion of Renewable proposals on climate protection, there are many. Prior to the current hour in the Bundestag Minister of th

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Current hour to climate protection in the German Bundestag

kerosene tax, the CO2 tax, the Expansion of Renewable proposals on climate protection, there are many. Prior to the current hour in the Bundestag Minister of the environment Schulze makes your Cabinet colleagues have now pressure.

environment Minister Svenja Schulze is doing what she's doing in the last few months always, you pushing. Their colleagues from the ministries of transport, building, industry and agriculture would have to deliver, she says in the morning magazine of the ARD and the ZDF - indirectly, anyway, because you don't want to attack the Union Minister.

"I want you to do something that you put your actions on the table. And if I every Morning attacking you and then in television, will not go faster. The time that all say, 'we will do this and that, maybe next year', which is now final. 2019 everything on the table and everything be adopted."

Also, the CO2 tax theme

Schulze presses on the pace.

In detail: a climate protection act, which defines a binding for each of the departments, as Germany wants to meet its targets for 2030 means. Then it should be talked about in July in the so-called climatic Cabinet via a price on CO2 emissions. You'll figure it out, it signals the economic and energy Minister, Peter Altmaier, on rbb-info radio. Coal-fired power plants would shut down, and in the industry in the course of Saving carbon dioxide quite well.

"but You have to admit honestly that we are discussing at the moment is still very much about what we need to do to make it work also in the buildings and in the transport sector. This is a challenge, where the young people are, rightly, impatient, and where we must again and again ask, have we done enough."

buildings and transport - in order Altmaier shows to his colleagues, Interior and construction Minister Horst Seehofer and Minister of transport, Andreas Scheuer.

kerosene tax?

For the upcoming debate on a price on carbon dioxide is shown Altmaier open. It expressly welcomes the proposal of the Union group leaders from the provinces, demanding that the tax-free kerosene for airplanes, will in the future subject to tax.

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