Transatlantic Climate Bridge
Germans and Americans can be a powerful motor for cooperation on climate and energy policies. The aim of the Transatlantic Climate Bridge is to help Americans and Germans exchange know-how and to pave the way for joint solutions.
A joint commitment to invest in newer, cleaner sources of energy can create new jobs and world-class industries, clean up the environment and protect the climate, improve standards of living and enhance global security.
We have put together a selection of feature stories that address various aspects of the Transatlantic Climate Bridge. Read about green careers made in Germany, active energy savings in passive houses, Germany's energy policy in action, and more.
We have selected a number of publications on German Environmental and Climate Policy for you that are available for download free of charge. Brouse through our list or visit the website of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety for even more publications.
A viable transatlantic climate policy needs networks. Browse our stakeholders page to find partners to build a transatlantic climate bridge today. We are also proud to present transatlantic initiatives which strive for common solutions.
Learn More About German Policy
Climate protection, promotion of renewable energy sources and protection of the environment are major focal points of German Government policy. With the Energiewende, Germany has made huge steps towards a cleaner, safer, and more environmentally conscious energy policy.