Senegal-The coalition in power called having obtained a majority in the legislative elections
senegal-selection/results (urgent): Senegal-the coalition in power called having obtained a majority in the legislative elections Dakar, August 1 (Reuters)-The coalition in the coalition Power in Senegal claimed the victory on Monday in 30 of the 46 Senegalese departments after the legislative elections which took place on Sunday, it would thus benefit from a short majority in Parliament.
The majority of people in Germany, according to a survey, are to grant the environmental protection for the expense of economic growth. This stated that 51 percent of around 1,000 respondents said, as the ING Germany reported in Frankfurt. © Jens Kalaene/DPA Central Picture/DPA According to a survey, there is a narrow majority for more environmental protection - even if this happens at the expense of growth.
only 14 percent were on the bank's survey on behalf of the bank, the rest did not express any priorities. In the counter question, 24 percent of the economy demanded 43 percent. There was only a majority for this demand among younger people.
After the Assembly, the Senate opposes a taxation of the SuperProfits
© Xose Bouzas Bruno Le Maire, in the Senate this Monday. Should we tax superprofits? Question hosted the debates in Senate , this Monday, at the opening of the examination of the amending finance bill (PLFR), the second part of the government's “package power”, supposed to respond to the French difficulties Faced with inflation. In question, An amendment presented by centrist senators and supported by the left.
The age groups of the 18 to 24 year olds and the 25- to 34-year-olds were therefore the only of the survey in which the approval of the statement: «Economic growth should be the highest priority, even if the environment is under certain levels suffer », was higher than the rejection.
Even if a majority demands priority to the environment overall, there is still room for improvement in the everyday life of the ING. So far, just over 40 percent have switched their purchase habits to more sustainability. More than 30 percent can imagine that. A change of a change rejects a change or does not consider the topic to be relevant.
Various product identifiers such as energy efficiency labels, organic seals or information on forms of animal husbandry do not necessarily seem to help consumers to decide. More than half of the respondents find it difficult to assess products with regard to sustainability. In addition, there is the financial aspect: Almost two thirds of the people agreed to the statement that sustainable products are more expensive. Around one in three respondents stated that he could not afford them.
Technology and Peasant Museum Berzbach: Exhibition shows diversity in streams and rivers .
The hiking exhibition "Living waters in NRW" is guests in the technology and peasant museum in Much-Berzbach for four weeks. Mayor Norbert Büscher will officially open the exhibition on Friday at 11 a.m. with representatives of the Nature and Environmental Protection Academy (NUA). © Quentin Bröhl eagerly during the construction (from left): Josef Freiburg, Jonathan Glumm and Steffen Schlemann from Nua, Walter Kempen, host Karl-Josef Haas and Herbert Klein from the club.