(ANSA) - BERLIN, AUGUST 12 - German Christian Democrats continue to debate on climate change and on the most effective measures to tackle it. "What I have in mind is a national climate consensus," said the president of the CDU, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, in an interview with the public broadcaster Zdf. The leader of the German conservatives asks first for scrapping for old heating systems of a diesel and a new restructuring of the energy saving measures: "We do not have few taxes, but we have too little control," Akk said this morning. In a contribution published in Welt-am Sonntag, the new president of the CDU argued that "the structure of the plant - consisting of taxes, levies and taxes in the energy sector - must be consolidated from the ground up". Climate neutrality is the new goal of the German conservative party. A few days ago, other members of the conservative front, such as the minister-president of Bavaria, Markus Soeder, and yesterday the minister-president of North Rhine-Westphalia, made the declaration of openness towards a policy aimed at protecting the environment. (ANSA).

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