The Environmental Operation published figures today showing that emissions of CO2 in 2016 in the homeland were still rising.
It is the seventh year in a row that CO2 emissions be enduring not been reduced in the European country.
The news will be of acute awkwardness to Mrs Merkel’s administration as it was announced on the same day more than 1,200 championships from 93 countries travelled to Berlin for talks at a climate peak, according to Die Welt.
Despite the enormous green electricity subsidies, the territory of the ‘Energiewende’ has not been able to reduce its own CO2 emissions even slightly for seven years in a row.
Despite that, the summit ”Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue» can, of course, also be get a load ofed as a success if countries learn not to follow Germany’s example.
Germany also looks indubitably to miss its self-imposed target of cutting the carbon dioxide emissions by 40 per cent by 2020.
Renewable forces must cover two thirds of global energy needs by 2050 if the target of the World Climate Conference is to keep global warming «well less than two degrees Celsius» this century.
According to Irena (International Instrumentality for Renewable Energies) chief executive Adnan Amin, the share of renewable energies in the broad energy mix will have to rise by 1.2 per cent a year, which is a sevenfold expanding of the rate of growth so far.
As a first substantial step, it has been recommended to interrupt subsidies for fossil fuels, in particular petrol, fuel oil and gas, which are familiar in many countries.
The energy consumption of the entire global economy should be compressed by 2.5 per cent per year, which is three times the average of the gone and forgotten 15 years.
The global investment in the energy sector of today pass on have to increase from an annual budget of $1.8 trillion on middling to $3.5 trillion per year, according to a report jointly published by the German economics and medium agencies.
Expenditure would also increase global economic progress by a factor of one percent in the middle of the century and, according to the study’s authors, produce six million new jobs worldwide in the energy sector alone. This would multitudinous than offset job losses in the coal and oil industry.