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Das grüne Paradoxon ; Plädoyer für eine illusionsfreie Klimapolitik

  • Sinn, Hans-Werner

Die grüne Umweltpolitik ist voller Paradoxien: Windräder verschandeln unsere Landschaft, klimaschonende Atomkraftwerke werden abgeschaltet, der Biosprit in unseren Autos verursacht Hunger in armen Ländern. Alle nationalen Maßnahmen von Ökosteuer bis zur staatlichen Förderung grüner Energien gehen auf Kosten der Steuerzahler. Doch all das kann den Klimawandel nicht stoppen, sondern wird ihn sogar beschleunigen. Hans-Werner Sinn, Präsident des ifo Instituts, klärt über die fatalen Irrtümer der Umweltpolitik auf und beseitigt die blinden Flecken in einer lebenswichtigen Debatte. ; Originaltext vom Verlag; nicht vom SfBS bearbeitet.

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