News Digest Item
27 Sep 2018

Reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in Europe by 2050 feasible – report

European Climate Foundation / Climact

It is technically feasible and may also be economically beneficial for Europe to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century, says a report published jointly by the European Climate Foundation (ECF) and Climact. However, reaching this goal requires strong action across all sectors, widening the range of low-carbon options used for the transition, writes the ECF in a press release.

Find the report in English here.

For background, read the CLEW news item Germany should aim for 95 percent emissions reduction by 2050 – dena head and the factsheet Germany’s greenhouse gas emissions and climate targets.

All texts created by the Clean Energy Wire are available under a “Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0)” . They can be copied, shared and made publicly accessible by users so long as they give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made.

Journalism for the energy transition

Get our Newsletter
Join our Network
Find an interviewee