We are striving to maintain the natural resources on which life is built and to secure our future and the future of generations to come. To this end, we are realigning our energy and climate protection policy. More
The Energy Report compact 2015 from the Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector and the State Office for Statistics Baden-Württemberg provides an overview on the energy sector developments in Baden-Württemberg in 2013. More
Climate change and its consequences are not only a global problem; climate change also takes place in Baden-Württemberg. The State initiated a study on the ecological, economical and socio-economic impacts of climate change at a very early stage. The results of several research projects in recent years provide the background for this brochure and allow conclusions about climate change an its consequences for Baden-Württemberg. More
The energy transition is a mammoth project demanding an extensive reorganisation of our energy supply. The government cannot put this into action on its own. It is dependent on the help of citizens who move the energy transition forward in a decentralised fashion. More
The State of Baden-Württemberg has conducted a federal-wide, unique monitoring program of organically produced foods since 2002. Over the last 10 years about 8,000 organically-labeled food products were analyzed in a vast array of parameters (e.g. pesticide residues, genetically modified organisms and additives). While at the beginning unprocessed foods were the main focus, with the ever growing selection of organic products, processed products such as wine and bread were increasingly included. The brochure provides an overview how the inspection system for organic products works and a comparison of organically and conventionally produced products. More
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