Removing environmentally harmful subsidies is the logical first step towards at last making real progress in combating climate change in the German transport sector. However, in order to move forward with effective CO2 prices, it may be necessary to continue to use economically unsound subsidies such as the commuter allowance in order to secure societal approval, explains Michael Thöne in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

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