Nordic industry crosses fingers for CO2 neutrality in EU climate proposal

A new UN report states that climate change mitigation efforts lack adequate ambition up to the EU Commission presentation of its long-term climate proposal today, Wednesday.

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Wednesday, the EU Commission will present a climate strategy proposal for contributing to climate change mitigation.

This following in heels of yet another international climate report compiled by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) published Tuesday. The report concludes that climate change mitigation efforts or progressing too slowly. "(...) uptake and in particular implementation of SEA [Strategic Environmental Assessments, -ed.] legal requirements has been slow in many countries," the report informs. UNEP finds that efforts will need to be more than tripled.

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