This post is part of the on-going collaboration between S&S and GreenBuzz to promote increased dialogue between sustainability practitioners, academic experts, and the general public. GreenBuzz chapters in different cities coordinate on-the-ground events for a word-of-mouth driven community of professionals engaged in sustainability, bringing sustainability leaders together to connect with each other and to discuss specific sustainability topics. S&S will publish excerpts, summaries, and discussions generated by these events in order to facilitate on-going debate and make the information presented at these events available to a world-wide audience.
Read the complete article on Sense & Sustainability
Germany’s Energy Transition: What can other countries learn from it? by Ken Fullerton has been published at Sense & Sustainability on Sustainability Panels #02: Energy Transition in Germany.
- Apply for the 2020 Young Global Changers Program - November 25, 2019
- Planting Trees in Cities Leads to Positive Economic, Environmental and Health Benefits - November 7, 2017
- DYCLE and Plan A are our Winners of Ecopreneurs for the Climate 2017 Climate Change Awards - October 21, 2017
One thought on “Germany’s Energy Transition: What can other countries learn from it?”
Just read the Guardian: