EU climate proposal can significantly reduce emissions
This I More than a dozen proposals have been put forward to form its most aggressive climate plan. The proposal includes plans to ban the production and sale of gasoline-powered cars and tax jets. fuelThe draft still needs to be approved by the 27 EU member states and the European Parliament. Despite the optimistic outlook, these proposals may meet some opposition from member states.
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Reliable reports show that the final draft proposal Caused serious internal strife between EU administrative agencies. However, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Lein said that the Commission is committed to choosing a healthier and more prosperous future.
“By acting now, we can do things in another way…and choose a better, healthier, and more prosperous way for the future,” Von der Lein said. “This is the task of our generation… [to secure] Not only the well-being of our generation, but also the well-being of our children and grandchildren. Europe Ready to lead the way. “
A plan includes stricter requirements emission The restrictions on cars, if passed, will take effect in 2035. In addition, there is a proposal to impose a carbon border tariff, which will require countries outside the EU to pay more for imported materials such as steel. The committee is also seeking to expand renewable energy.
Some people worry that if these measures are approved, they may increase the cost of living. These proposals may also lead to increased heating bills and flight costs. “We will ask many of our citizens,” said Frans Timmermans of the European Union climate Policy director. “We will also inquire about many of our industries, but we have a valid reason for doing this. We are doing this to give mankind a chance to fight.”
Airlines and other affected industry leaders are expected to oppose any proposals that may affect operations.Eastern member states that are still heavily dependent coal Some proposals are also expected to be opposed.
These measures are called “Fit for 55 Package” because their goal is to reduce emissions by 55% from 1990 levels. At present, the European Union has successfully reduced emissions by 24%, making it one of the major regions in the world to achieve emissions reductions. emission reduction.
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