Luckily, the world community in Paris was not as unrealistic as the German Federal Government. The climate treaty expressly allows for the equalization and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Now it’s up to politicians to align national and international ambitions with the realism of social development and actual climate dynamics.


The Liberal Institute of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation invites all interested to read Institute’s publications: 1. Concepts of Liberty Competition Freedom Liberalism Market Economy Responsibility 2. Occassional papers The future task of Liberalism – A political agenda Theme Report, Liberal International Congress, Pisa, September 1988, Ralf Dahrendorf, 1988 (2011) The Dutch health care system – Can the Germans go Dutch?, Marcel Canoy, 2010 American Health Care Policy Issues, Arnold Kling, 2010 Liberalism, liberal policy and…