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German city sets example with sustainable energy policies

The German city of Bremen has set a target of reducing its carbon emissions by 40 percent by the year 2020. Joachim Lohse, Senator for Environment, Urban Development and Transportation for the city of Bremen, tells us how they plan to do it and why they have made this a policy priority. (Photo: Joerg Hermsmeier, head of the research and development department of energy provider EWE, plugs the electric powered car E3 to an electric filling station during its official presentation in Bremen, northern Germany.(AP Photo/Focke Strangmann))

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