Former Environment Minister Jürgen Trittin (Greens) is critical of the climate initiatives of other parties.
Left parliamentary group leader Dietmar Bartsch has welcomed the US initiative to suspend patents for corona vaccines and called for a quick change of course by the federal government and the EU.
SPD Vice Kevin Kühnert calls for a nationwide regulation to stop rents.
The federal government is planning considerable additional efforts in climate protection by 2030.
The curfew between 22 p.m. and 5 a.m., introduced with the “Federal Emergency Brake”, has a significant effect on nighttime mobility.
The EU Commission is open to discussing the suspension of patents for corona vaccines.
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange initially posted price gains at the start of trading on Thursday.
The chairman of the Junge Union, Tilman Kuban, believes the upcoming easing is unjust only for those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered.
Former ECB director Benoît C ?? uré warns of risks from developments in decentralized financial services (defi).
The real order intake in the manufacturing industry in Germany was 2021 percent higher in March 3,0 than in the previous month, seasonally and calendar adjusted.
Of all European countries, emigrants from Germany are still most likely to come to Switzerland.
Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier (CDU) sees a “broad consensus” for climate neutrality by 2045. “This has also been discussed intensively in the CDU since the beginning of this week,” he told the RTL / n-tv editorial team.
The German Teachers Association considers the planned catch-up program for tuition and educational offers for students after the summer vacation amounting to one billion euros to be “absolutely inadequate”.
In the struggle for a timely amendment to the Climate Protection Act, Germany's top consumer advocate, Klaus Müller, is calling for the federal government to act quickly.
In view of the new migration risks and the decline in the pandemic, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoglu is calling for the 2016 migration agreement with the EU to be reconsidered and cooperation to be continued.
FDP Vice Katja Suding considers the legal right to all-day care at primary schools from the school year 2026/27 to be a "sparkling promise" that could turn into disappointment.
EPP parliamentary group leader Manfred Weber (CSU) accuses the EU Commission of having planned the digital certificate for free travel too late.
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) provisionally reported 21.953 new corona infections early Thursday morning.
Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) has praised the earlier work of the controversial CDU Bundestag candidate Hans-Georg Maaßen.
The climate activists of the Fridays for Future movement have sharply criticized the newly presented cornerstones for improving the climate protection law.
The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) welcomed the Federal Government's sharpened climate targets, but at the same time called for concrete measures to be implemented.
In view of the planned freedoms for vaccinated people, the German Association of Cities is now calling for more relaxation for those who tested negative.
German SMEs reacted with alarm to the plans for the new climate protection law.
The majority of Germans would be willing to spend more money buying a home if the property were ecologically sustainable.
The parliamentary group manager of the CSU regional group in the Bundestag, Stefan Müller, has spoken out in favor of an extension of the legislative period and a legal limitation of the term of office of the Federal Chancellor.
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