Climate neutrality by 2045
Germany adopted major new climate legislation in June 2021 that sets higher national emissions reduction targets for 2030 (at least 65 percent) and 2040 (at least 88 percent) in order to achieve greenhouse gas neutrality by 2045.
Climate Action Programme 2030
Germany is in the process of transforming its energy supply – moving away from fossil fuels and nuclear energy towards renewable energy sources for better and more environmentally friendly energy supply. The country has set ambitious goals to realize these objectives.
- stricter climate target by 2030 (65 percent reduction at least)
- greenhouse gas neutrality by 2045
- strengthening natural sinks
- immediate Action Programme for more climate action
- coordinating climate action within Europe
“We want to be climate-neutral by 2045 and boost the share of renewable power to 80 percent by 2030.“
Federal Economic Affairs and Climate Action Minister Robert HabeckYou can find this fragment in the following contexts: