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EU responses to climate change

Fighting climate change is a priority for the European Parliament. Below you will find details of the solutions the EU and the Parliament are working on.


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3 responses to “EU responses to climate change”

  1. Emma Barker says:

    Great article. As an avid environmental supporter, I was really interested in reading about the targets and measures set by the E.U in tackling this problem, which affects each and every one of us. As the world wakes up to the importance of minimizing further harm to our planet it is promising to see so much being done already, I’m a huge fan of circular economies and believe the value and benefits should not be underestimated regarding what can be achieved through such projects. Its easy to succumb to the fear of what might happen to future generations, however I am reassured that the E.U is a key player in taking not just baby steps but large strides to lessen the disastrous impacts of future global warming. We must never become complacent and remember that our actions and contributions, no matter how small they may seem, make a big difference. I’d like to see more articles like this!

  2. Baianur Dzhoroeva says:

    The European Parliament proposes and makes a big effort to change and contribute to the solution of climate change. The European Parliament plays an important role as it influences 27 countries together. In 2021, the EU made climate neutrality, the goal of zero net emissions by 2050, legally binding in the EU. It set an interim target of 55% emission reduction by 2030. Very promising and optimistic approach in solution of the world issue.

  3. Kenza benohoud says:

    Through this article, it is clear that the European Union (EU) has taken the lead in the fight against global climate change especially when national policies are no longer sufficient. The EU is now the only power capable of swaying international negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations to the side of reason.
    Today, the main challenge is to ensure that this European environmental strategy does not come up against a systematic gap between its promises and its achievements – due in particular to the lack of political will, the difficulty of acquiring effective instruments for collective action and recourse to “soft coordination” – in order to preserve both the interest of the European Union and the general interest of the planet.

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