European Green Deal
The European Green Deal is the European Union's plan to make the EU's economy sustainable and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. It subsequently provides an EU action plan between 2019-2024 to improve resource efficiency by transforming the European economy to a clean, circular economy, restoring biodiversity and reducing pollution.
- investing in environmentally-friendly technologies
- supporting industry to innovate
- implementing cleaner, cheaper and healthier modes of private and public transport
- decarbonising the energy sector
- improvinfg buildings energy efficiency
- working with international partners to improve global environmental standards
- providing EU financial support and technical assistance to help those that are most affected by the move towards a green economy. This is called the Just Transition Mechanism. It will help mobilise at least €100 billion over the period 2021-2027 in the most affected regions.
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