SDG 13: Climate Action

Bikes, veganism and tax - how one German city is helping the country reach net zero

Germany is by far the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the European Union. Image: Unsplash/Lāsma Artmane

Stefan Ellerbeck

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Percentages of how respondents would describe their diets
Eating habits in Germany in 2019. Image: Statista

Greenhouse-gas emissions of the EU's 10 biggest emitters in 2019
Germany has a long way to go to reduce its emissions. Image: McKinsey
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