Last quote by Martin Kaiser
What is still missing in the text is a clear vision to go 100 percent renewable energy by mid-century, which gives us a chance to help those who suffer from catastrophic climate change.
Dec 05 2015
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Martin Kaiser is associated, including Paris, energy, and text. Most recently, Martin Kaiser has been quoted saying: “Because those countries are quite dependent on coal and oil and those countries have to make a major shift away from fossil fuels towards renewable energies.” in the article Paris summit has 50-50 chance of success - Greenpeace climate chief. An other article where Martin Kaiser has been quoted is Climate change talks in Warsaw - a missed opportunity?.
Quotes by Martin Kaiser
Nov 29 2015
Because those countries are quite dependent on coal and oil and those countries have to make a major shift away from fossil fuels towards renewable energies.
Nov 22 2013
Since the beginning of the financial and economic crisis, Europe has been going backwards when it comes to climate protection. In Brussels, industry associations usually block many laws – especially the energy industry which is still supporting coal, but also the car industry. This hinders ambitious climate protection policy in Brussels. In this context, Germany plays a major role in Europe, because the outgoing German government used to block initiatives.
Dec 08 2009
After the EPA announcement to get active against CO2 emissions, President Obama is now able to reduce CO2 levels in America to reach the required targets to tackle global warming. In Copenhagen, we expect President Obama to raise emission targets and with this an historic deal can be reached.
Jun 02 2009
The fresh wind that Barack Obama brought in the White House concerning climate change and the environment hasn't reached these talks yet.
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