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Does Germany's weak climate plan reflect a polarized public?

Deutsche Welle Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Seen by many as unambitious, Germany's 2030 climate plan, released the day of a global climate strike and now approved by the government, reflects past public ambivalence to climate action. But that is quickly changing.
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