Climate action German Sustainable Finance Strategy
The federal cabinet adopted the first German Sustainable Finance Strategy on 5 May 2021. The goal of the strategy is to mobilise investments that are urgently needed for climate action and sustainability while also addressing the climate risks that are increasingly relevant to the financial system.
EU Council Presidency German Recovery and Resilience Plan (GRRP)
The Covid-19 crisis constitutes one of the biggest challenges in the history of the European Union and the Federal Republic of Germany in terms of its impact on health, society and the economy. The European Union has taken robust action in response to the crisis during Germany’s EU Council Presidency. With the recovery instrument “Next Generation EU“, which amounts to €750 billion, and its …
The Detlev Rohwedder Building, which has served as the German Finance Ministry’s main office since August 1999, reflects the upheavals of modern German history more clearly than perhaps any other building in the capital. Built as the headquarters of the Reich Aviation Ministry, the enormous edifice was the nerve centre of Nazi power. It was from here that Hermann Göring, Reichsmarschall and head …
Ministry The Detlev Rohwedder Building
The Detlev Rohwedder Building, located on Wilhelmstrasse in Berlin’s historical government district, has served as the Finance Ministry’s main office since 1999. It reflects the stages of Germany’s turbulent history more clearly than perhaps any other building in the capital.
Climate action FAQs: Climate Action Programme 2030
Germany has made both national and international commitments to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by more than half by 2030, compared with 1990 levels. To this end, the German government has launched a comprehensive climate package. What are its key elements? How does carbon pricing work? And how much will all of this cost? Here are the answers to these and other important questions.