When we talk about climate and energy policy it is often on the country level. But cities can (and are) advancing the transition to clean energy.
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Renewable energy is making progress in the EU, but it is uneven across member countries.
Germany is the second largest donor of financing for climate protection worldwide. German climate funds promote action to mitigate climate change by enabling efficiency measurements, funding renewables, electric mobility, and more.
The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement in which countries negotiated binding greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Greenhouse gases are gases which trap heat in the earth’s atmosphere and contribute to climate change.
One major aim of the Energiewende is to decarbonize by switching to renewable sources and reduce energy demand by becoming more energy efficient.
There are reasons to switch to renewable energy and to increase energy conservation, and there are reasons to do so now.