This is the overall conclusion of “Net-Zero by 2050: From Whether to How”, a new report released today by the ECF and Climact
Achieving a net-zero EU heavy industry by 2050 is doable: Multiple pathways can take us to a clean and prosperous future
If supported by the right policy framework, industries can contribute their share to the EU’s net-zero by 2050 vision, currently under discussion by member states, while remaining competitive and at the forefront of new economic opportunities at the global level.
Opinion poll – European elections: Big majority of potential voters want political parties to tackle global warming
A new Ipsos MORI survey carried out with potential voters across 11 European countries also reveals that environment protection and European leadership on climate action are also key issues for a large majority of potential voters across EU11.
New report showing that fossil-free energy systems in Europe by 2050 are feasible in different configurations and can come with benefits from a socio-economic point of view compared to a current policies baseline.
Infrastructure for high amounts of green gas projected to be a third more expensive than for energy efficiency and smart electrification
Building the infrastructure to decarbonise the EU’s energy system by 2050 through large amounts of green gas is projected to be up to 36% more expensive than through energy efficiency and smart electrification, even in European countries with a cold climate, according to “Towards fossil-free energy in 2050” (1), a new report launched today. The(…)
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New IPSOS study reveals that European citizens would be willing to carry out energy renovation in their homes in order to increase their thermal comfort, pay less in energy bills and improve their quality of living.
How could the EU farming sector look in a net-zero world? What roles would it play and what is needed to make the transition by mid-century?
“Net-zero agriculture in 2050: how to get there?” new report by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) shows that it’s feasible and highlights actions and policies needed to reach that point.
As Europe is currently designing its largest ever research and innovation funding programme, Horizon Europe, this report reveals that Europe’s current climate-related R&I investments are unfit to meet the net-zero challenge.
A new study on how France can reap the opportunity of cheaper clean technologies and embrace higher ambition on climate and energy