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‘Historic’ German ruling says climate goals not tough enough ...
By Jessica den Outer - April 30, 2021
Groundbreaking ruling by Germany’s supreme constitutional court: the government’s climate protection measures are insufficient to protect future generations. The case was brought by young environmental activists.
By Kiza Magendane - May 05, 2021
Last week, Germany’s supreme court ruled that the government’s climate protection measures are insufficient to protect future generations. This case demonstrates the importance of intergenerational solitary in policymaking: our (economic) policies should not only focus on short-term gains but also take the interest of future generations into account.

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