On Wednesday April 21 after 14 hours of discussions negotiators from the European Parliament and the Member States reached a concensus on the specific elements of the draft European Climate Law. This is considered a big step forward to a climate neutral Europe by the environmental community. Here are the most important negotiated points:
Almost one year ago, in March 2020, following the implementation plan of the EU Green Deal agreement, the European Commission prepared a proposal of a European Climate Law. It aims to set up a legally binding target of net-zero green-house gas emissions by 2050. Once the law is adopted all EU member states are bound to take necessary actions to meet the target.
BlueLink's Executive Editor Dr Pavel Antonov (left on the photograph) trained climate speakers in Warsaw, on May 10, 2017, as part of a team, assembled by the Climate Reality Project Europe and WWF Poland.
Управляващият редактор на BlueLink.net д-р Павел Антонов (вляво на снимката) проведе обучение за говорители по проблемите на климата на 10 май 2017 г. във Варшава, заедно с експертен екип от европейския клон на проект "Климатична реалност" и WWF Полша.