Meanwhile, another study estimates that achieving – or even exceeding – that the Paris targets could be very beneficial on a global scale by investing in infrastructure in clean energy and energy efficiency, to the amount of about $19 trillion. The Climate Change Plan 2050 is a climate policy document adopted by the federal government on 14 November 2016.  The plan outlines measures to enable Germany to meet its various national greenhouse gas emission reduction targets by 2050 and to meet its international obligations under the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement. The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Reactor Safety (BMUB), led by Minister Barbara Hendricks, led the development of the plan. The plan has been gradually watered down since a project was first disclosed in early May 2016. . .