Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - The SPD in the Düsseldorf state parliament wants to know how climate-friendly the vehicle fleet of the new black-green state government will be. The parliamentary group refers to the climate promises in the coalition agreement and refers to the previous company cars – some of which had done very poorly in a ranking by the German Environmental Aid (DUH) in May.
The SPD MP Justus Moor puts a small question in the state parliament, which says, among other things: "Which official vehicles will the North Rhine-Westphalian state government use in the 18th electoral period to transport your government members?" Motorisation and CO2 emissions should also be listed.
On the subject of CO2, the company car of NRW Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU) had particularly annoyed the German Environmental Aid. Reul's Audi A8, which has special safety equipment, puts a "shocking" 488 grams of climate-damaging greenhouse gases per kilometer on the road, according to the DUH balance sheet.