Will German elections shift the dial on EU climate policy?

As Germany’s political parties start the delicate process of building a coalition government, negotiators are faced with smoothing over deep splits on climate policy. Eventual compromises are likely to have a big impact on the European Green Deal, analysts say.

by Simon Pickstone
The Greens' co-leader Annalena Baerbock speaks to the press after a second round of informal talks with the FDP on Friday. The two parties have diverging approaches to tackling climate change. Photo: Sean Gallup / Getty Images
The Greens' co-leader Annalena Baerbock speaks to the press after a second round of informal talks with the FDP on Friday. The two parties have diverging approaches to tackling climate change. Photo: Sean Gallup / Getty Images

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