Global Briefing: German coalition deal places climate action at heart of government's agenda

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Global Briefing: German coalition deal places climate action at heart of government's agenda

New German coalition agrees to accelerate coal power phase out After weeks of intense negotiations, Germany's Social Democrats, Free Democrats, and Green Party this week finalised a coalition deal...

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