Study compares European countries' climate protection approaches
Federal Environment Agency (UBA)
The German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) has issued a study that compares climate protection strategies in six European countries. Researchers from the Fraunhofer ISI in Karlsruhe and Ecologic Institute in Berlin analysed national long-term climate scenarios in France, Italy, Poland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Germany, and identified differences in targeted ambition and approach.
Find the study in English here.
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