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COMMENTARY: This election, we must act on the climate crisis. Our children are counting on us
In this current federal election, the climate crisis has not been given the attention it deserves, writes Cathy Orlando. My name is Cathy Orlando. I am a longtime climate advocate and the mother of Sophia Mathur, a youth climate activist. I write this opinion piece as a grateful settler of the country called Canada and not on behalf of any organization.
of the environmental conversion of the state costs a lot of money. If you have to pay something, depends on the different coalition constellations. FDP and Greens will also have to make concessions.
The climatic conversion of the state costs money, a lot of money. And whether one calls the child's energy, climate dividend, per capita bonus or otherwise: how the social compensation for rising costs should come about, for example by the CO2 certificate trade, remains open, as well as the question of how the money to arrive at the citizen. It becomes more expensive.
What is important for consumers: The future of funding policy in renewable energies depends on which government comes about. FDP boss Christian Lindner wanted to fully hire promotion, but at least in a traffic light coalition that should hardly be enforced. Maybe this becomes a compromise theme, if the Greens are from themselves to the previously required solar insofar with new buildings. Baerbock talked on Sunday evening in the elephant round in any case only from a special write program in the construction of solar roofs. A concession to the FDP and a signal that who wants to rebuild, then return around the solar account?
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Anyway, Baerbock, which has always started a climate alloy before the choice, is, despite the historical Best of almost 15 percent and the presumable government participation a bit trimmed in your claims. Whether in a traffic light or in a Jamaica coalition - a coal outlet, for example, in 2030 should be off the table, but the previous end date 2038 could be brought forward by a few years. On the subject of Tempolimit, the Chancellor's question is likely to play a major role. Only with Olaf Scholz as a head of government is likely to dream the Greens from a speed limit on highways. In a Jamaica coaltion that would hardly be enforceable against Union and FDP.
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From the table, with the end of all speculation, are a governmental alliance with the left also some worries of the economy and the better earners. Insurance tax for super-rich, a higher top tax rate even in skilled workers' income, increase in inheritance tax - all this will not come. Conversely, however, the FDP idea is likely that the top tax rate should only be reached from an annual income of 90,000 euros (so far € 56,000), barely opportunities. Perhaps the liberals are due to the complete abolition of the solidarity surcharge. In any case, this would be possible with the Union, with a Social Democratic Chancellor, on the other hand.
A key question: How should the much desired relief work less and lower incomes? Lots of scope for tax cuts, with which the FDP had evidenced mainly in these income groups, is difficult to conceivable in view of the above all Corona-related enormous increase in debt burden. Handling the debt brake becomes one of the key issues for the new federal government and for the tax burden to bear future generations. Climatic reconstruction of the state, growing digitization, demographic change, pandemic succession - all this devours billions and must be counterparted. New debts exacerbate the burdens for the citizens of tomorrow; Tax increases in some areas appear almost inevitable.
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