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Germany boosts liquefied natural gas imports, despite climate concerns
Germany faced an energy crisis this winter due to the cutoff of natural gas supplies from Russia. The country had been relying on that gas to heat homes and drive Europe’s largest economy. So where has it turned now to meet energy needs? And what do those decisions mean for the climate?
Grant Schwab traveled to Germany to learn more about its new reliance on liquefied natural gas, or LNG, from the United States. Listen to his story below.
This story was featured in our series, A Greener Zeitgeist: Medill Reports from Germany.