Sigmar Gabriel — German Politician born on September 12, 1959,

Sigmar Gabriel is a German politician who has served as Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy and Vice Chancellor of Germany since 2013. Since 2009 he has been chairman of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. He was Minister of the Environment from 2005 to 2009... (wikipedia)

But, as environment minister, I am very interested in a thriving German automobile industry, because I can only pay for the rising costs of environmental protection at home and abroad if there are people in Germany with jobs and who pay taxes.
The production of natural resources in agriculture, forestry and fisheries, stable natural hydrological cycles, fertile soils, a balanced climate and numerous other vital ecosystem services can only be permanently secured through the protection and sustainable use of biological diversity.
Besides Germany, the only countries that don't have speed limits are places like Nepal, where road conditions are so bad that a limit would be beside the point. In other words, it's a little crazy that this is even a topic for debate in Germany.
Without sound conservation and management measures, fisheries will quickly become depleted and a basic component of global food security will be lost.
The idea that the growing demand for energy worldwide can be met with energy from nuclear power is nonsense.

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