At the end of March, the German Federal Foreign Office and adelphi picked up on the new momentum in transatlantic climate policy: 90 representatives from business, research and civil society discussed perspectives on the Transatlantic Climate Bridge established in 2008. Key areas of collaboration include a transatlantic business dialogue on climate neutrality, expanded efforts on research policy exchange, and broad engagement of subnational efforts to implement long-term decarbonization strategies. It holds true for both the transatlantic climate dialogue and global climate policy: “A little more conversation, tremendously more action!”
A Transatlantic Climate Bridge for Ambitious Climate Protection – Perspectives and Alliances. Event Summary of the Transatlantic Climate Bridge Online Forum
Tänzler, Dennis and Katarina Schulz 2021: A Transatlantic Climate Bridge for Ambitious Climate Protection. Perspectives and Alliances. Event Summary of the Transatlantic Climate Bridge Online Forum. Berlin: adelphi.