Increasing the EU's climate ambition for 2030 and 2050
The European Union aims to be climate-neutral by 2050 and have adopted policies on a wide spectrum to make this possible. The objective of climate-neutrality is at the core of the European Green Deal and is becoming an ambition shared by countries, cities and communities across Europe. It's clear that it can only be met if all actors of society, including businesses and individuals, play their role in ensuring a positive transformation that includes all sectors of the economy and of our daily life.
Specific description of action
SHARED GREEN DEAL's work on Climate Action will evolve following research done and conclusions drawn through the experiments covering the six specific priority themes (Clean Energy, Circular Economy, Efficient Renovations, Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Food, Preserving Biodiversity).
Report: Pathways to a more just & sustainable Europe
What’s best and fairest for EU citizens out to 2050? To break that down, DRIFT organised a series of three Transition Arena events, discussing this question for...
Pathways to a more just & sustainable Europe
This report synthesises what the participants at the SHARED GREEN DEAL Transision arena event series saw as the state of transitions in Europe, and what pathways...
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