Germany: First city in the nation declares a ‘climate emergency’

The southern German city of Constance (in German language: Konstanz) with a population of 80,000 has become the first in the nation to pass a resolution declaring a climate emergency. The resolution recognising climate change as an acute threat was passed unanimously by the city council. The resolution has several objectives, including providing a climate-neutral Read more about Germany: First city in the nation declares a ‘climate emergency’[…]