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International Environmental Policy

International environmental policy is particularly important in times of increasing globalization and covers a number of issues: climate protection, sustainable energy policy, preservation of biological diversity and the conservation of forests, seas and soils. Further related topics are desertification, sustainable waste management and protection against hazardous substances. Nearly all these issues need overarching strategies to ensure that environmental protection is considered in other policy areas.

"I firmly believe that environmental action leads to greater social justice and that the two are inextricably linked."

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Svenja Schulze Federal Environment Minister <b><i>&quot;I firmly believe that environmental action leads to greater social justice and that the two are inextricably linked.&quot;</i></b>

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Environmental priorities of the German G20 presidency

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Latest News on International Environmental Policy

Bundesumweltministerin und Minister bei der Eröffnung
Climate | 22.05.19

ICCA2019 kicks off in Heidelberg

People from all over the world work with experts and civil society actors to develop practical solutions for climate protection and adaptation, and exchange their experiences on climate protection projects.
Bundesumweltministerin Svenja Schulze, Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel und die chilenische Umweltministerin Carolina Schmidt.
International Environmental Policy | 14.05.19

Tenth Petersberg Climate Dialogue ends in Berlin

The tenth Petersberg Climate Dialogue (PCD) concluded on Tuesday with a commitment to joint progress on climate action. Previous PCD meetings had focussed on negotiating an agreement and rulebook.
Svenja Schulze hält eine Rede im Konferenzsaal
International Environmental Policy | 10.05.19

Tenth Petersberg Climate Dialogue

Ministers from all over the world are meeting to discuss the implementation of the Paris Agreement. Under the heading "Fulfilling the Promise of Paris" they want to determine how global climate targets can be achieved together.
Aufnahme des Regenwaldes in Brasilien.
International Environmental Policy | 06.05.19

Germany joins the Tropical Forest Alliance

The German Federal Government, through the BMU and the BMZ, joined the Tropical Forest Alliance. Both ministries have been supporting extensive measures for the protection and sustainable use of tropical forests for many years.