#EUelections2019 - Climate change
Datum prireditve: 17/04/2019
The European Parliament has been pushing for the implemention of its 2030 goals to be in line with the targets set by the Paris Agreement.
To achieve the set goals the EU’s budget should also be coherent with its international commitments, and the post-2020 long-term budget should have climate and energy targets at its heart. The share of climate-related spending should be increased from 20% to 30% as soon as possible, and all remaining spending should be Paris-compliant and not counter-productive to climate efforts.
During the plenary session in Strasbourg (11-14 March 2019), MEPs debate the long-term reduction targets of greenhouse gas emissions with the Commission
During the EP Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI), in Brussels, MEPs vote on the strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction in accordance with the Paris Agreement.
During the EP plenary session (15-18 January 2018) in Strasbourg, MEPs debate on energy efficiency, renewables and the governance of the Energy Union.