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coal phase-out despite the energy crisis, Greens boss Ricarda Lang continues to prefer to exceed the coal phase-out. "It is necessary for us to get out of coal in 2030 - if only to reach our climate goals," Lang told the Funke media group newspapers. "We want to reaffirm that at our party conference," she added with a view to the meeting planned for October.

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A safe energy supply and the fight against the climate crisis are two sides of the same medal, Lang emphasized. "Anyone who plays both against each other knowingly will risk our ability to act and the freedom of future generations," warned the co-party leader. "Nobody can allow themselves to pretend the climate could wait now."

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The coal commission had planned an exit from coal until 2038 in January 2019. In their coalition agreement, the traffic light parties SPD, Greens and FDP agreed to strive for an accelerated exit from coal electricity to comply with the climate protection goals. "Ideally" succeeds until 2030, the agreement says. This goal was recently questioned because of the energy crisis and the extended reserve reserve of the coal -fired power plants.

Lang told the Funke Media with a view of the Russian head of state and his war in Ukraine that Germany was on the right track, "actually becoming independent of the energy deliveries of the war criminal Vladimir Putin".

demands for promoting shale gas in Germany, as FDP boss Christian Lindner confirmed on Saturday, rejected the Greens politician. Fracking "does not use anything in the current situation," said Lang. "It would take years to open up such occurrences." Until then, Germany is "with the renewables at a point that makes further investments in fossils superfluous".

The way out of the energy crisis are sun and wind, Lang assured. "And we can manage electricity to gain 100 percent from renewable energies by 2035."

In a guiding principle for the Green Party Conference that became known last week, it is said that the energy policy dependence on Russia weakens Germany and Europe and lower the ability to "do sustainable, that is, in accordance with the planetary borders and freedom of future generations". "The consistent political conclusion from it is the accelerated exit from coal in 2030."

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