Updated: Jan 16
On 24th June, 2021, the European Parliament approved a landmark law that made the European Union's legal, binding targets for greenhouse gas emissions.
The European Union's member nations reached an agreement, which seeks to decrease the number of emissions-cutting targets and increase their respective enforcement.
The European Union directives will direct climate policies in Western Europe over the next decade. A new independent EU scientific body will be established and authorized to monitor progress.
New targets are updated as to be reduced net EU emissions by 55% by 2030, and eliminate net emissions and reach carbon zero era by 2050.
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