A European Green Deal consists of a number of measures to be implemented to that EU will eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The work will be led by the Commission's Vice President, Dutchman Frans Timmermans.
Currently, the Green Deal consists of 75 points – with ditto action plans, work program and revisions of existing laws. But also a lot of new things, such as swearing in: 'Do no harm' for business and civil society. The controversial climate tariff shines with its absence – it also makes the goal of Hydrogen economy, for the time being. Here are the main points from last week's leaky outline – or rather schedule:
A separate law – probably in the form of a directive, on climate neutrality will be presented. This is complicated, as the concept of neutrality means that sectors with continued greenhouse gas emissions must be offset. . .
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