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What do we learn about the feared Madrid summit? Our task is: make energy transition yourself and orient yourself to models such as Sweden, England or Danemark
At the Madrider UN Climate Conference, the world’s worldwide protest was again praised and sustainably praised. Greeta Thunberg was also able to keep a storming speech and got a lot of applause for that. But what is the real result of this mammoth conference with 25.000 participants?
First a bright spot: The EU acquainted with China, India, Sudafrika and the small island states once again the goal of the climate neutral until 2050. This is at least a first, if even inadequate step in the right direction. Thus, the Parisian climate agreement in the climate summit in the next year new life can be humky.
The second glimmer of hope: the bremers of Madrid, the US, Brazil and Australia, could not enforce themselves with their demands for unauthorized world emissions trading. A global dangerous emissions trading, which would have become a moving area of CO2 emissions, has been averted. It is important that all states must reduce their emissions at home.
But Madrid’s Magery Graduation Communique again shows that the world is far away, the Paris goal of highly 1.5 or two degrees of global embracing opposite 1880 to achieve. At present, we will globally control globally on FRUF or six degrees.
What now results from the failed summit in Madrid?
Germany has to finally become the climate-free departure of the EU without if and however to get out of the lignite before 2038 and orient themselves to progressive airlines in Europe.
- Sweden wants to say goodbye from Fossil energies from 2020. Already in 1991, Sweden has introduced a CO2 tax of 35 euros per tonne. Today, the tax amounts to 115 euros. And the Swedish economy is not collapsed. Rather, it came to a complete rethink in the energy industry and in the energy consumption. ol is as good as no topic more. Sweden is excessive on energy efficiency and remained on long-distance warmth, so on the emergence of energy plants distributed on households and industry. The second degree of Swedish city, Goteborg, is already 90% supplied with remote warmth. The warm is created from waste incineration. Waste is valuable in Sweden as a valuable energy raw material.
- The conservative coexistee is also much further on the way to climate friendliness than Germany. The classic coal land rises to 2025 completely out of the coal.
- Danemark makes an exemplary transport policy in contrast to Germany. His capital Copenhagen is the most bicycle-friendly city in Europe – even before Amsterdam and Utrecht in the Netherlands. Over half of all Copenhagen cycling with the bike to work, just nine percent drive by car to the job. In Amsterdam, petrol and dieseled cars are to be banned from 2030 and only e-cars are allowed.
What do we learn about the feared Madrid summit?
"This climate conference was an attack on the heart of the Paris Agreement", Comment on Greenpeace. What do we learn about the feared Madrid summit? Waiting for the brakers like Mr. Trump in the USA, Mr Bolsonaro in Brazil or the German AfD does not bring anything.
Our task is: make energy transition yourself and orient yourself to models such as Sweden, England or Danemark. We are our children and grandchildren, but also the poor in the sadial countries. Many suffer today under the climate heat.
Because: We burn in the industrialized countries today so much coal, gas and OL as nature has accumulated in a million days. If we continue as before, the poor will come to us as climate suits and our grandchildren will curse us.
The solution is known: she stands in the sky. The sun sends us every second of our hereisine 15.000 times more energy than currently 7.Consume 7 billion people. Added to this is wind power, bioenergy, hydropower, earth warmth and power and wave energy of the oceans. The world is full of energy. We only need to learn to use the future-proof, renewable energy sources. They are available in Hulle and Fille.