Munich want to use as the first city of millions, only renewable energy. All very exemplary. Were it not for the resistance there, where the wind farms are built.Pia Ratzesberger and Kai Strittmatter Pia Ratzesberger
the study of Economics, politics and Intercultural communication in Erlangen, Bologna and Munich. Scholarship holder at the Institute to promote journalistic talent (Ifp). Traineeship at the SZ with stops in Berlin and Brussels.on Twitter, a E-Mail Kai Strittmatter
Since 2019 correspondent of the SZ for Scandinavia and the Baltic States, with headquarters in Copenhagen. Born (1965) and grew up Matt fought in the Allgäu. The study of Sinology in Munich, Xi'an and Taipei for a training at the German journalist school in Munich followed. In 1997 Kai Strittmatter was the correspondent of the süddeutsche's newspaper to Beijing to report from China, Taiwan and other countries in the Region. From 2005 to 2012, he was a correspondent in Istanbul, responsible for Turkey and Greece, and then from 2012 to 2018 to return to China. Kai Strittmatter is the author of several books on China, Hong Kong and Istanbul. Most recently, The reinvention of the dictatorship, he published"", in it he describes how China missed the authoritarian state of a digital Update.send an email
"How many wind turbines are there in Munich?" Inge Danielsen kneels in the snow, more than an hour already. The reindeer are shy. A rapid head movement and you jump back. "Watch your eyes," he had said. Danielsen kneels almost every day with his animals, up here on the snow-covered hills, always attracts others from the herd with dry food. Not because they are hungry, they have enough Lichen and moss out of the snow, pawing with their hooves. No, it was his ...