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The Role of Energy Policy in International Cooperation

Parliamentary Breakfast at German Bundestag The impacts of climate change are visible across the world. People in the Global South, in particular, are facing increasingly extreme weather events that often lead to life-threatening crises. “The climate crisis calls for a realignment of our foreign and development policy. This also means that countries particularly impacted by the climate crisis get our support. This must become a central target of our international cooperation,” says Frithjof Schmidt, Member of the German Parliament for The Greens. Klaus Mindrup, MP for the Social Democratic Party added: “Germany must take responsibility here in a double sense:

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The Role of Energy Policy in International Cooperation

Parliamentary Breakfast at German Bundestag The impacts of climate change are visible across the world. People in the Global South, in particular, are facing increasingly extreme weather events that often lead to life-threatening crises. “The climate crisis calls for a realignment of our foreign and development policy. This also means that countries particularly impacted by the climate crisis get our support. This must become a central target of our international cooperation,” says Frithjof Schmidt, Member of the German Parliament for The Greens. Klaus Mindrup, MP for the Social Democratic Party added: “Germany must take responsibility here in a double sense:

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