Net zero emissions by 2050 – New consultation on the proposed EU Climate Law

The European Commission announced recently that it seeks feedback on proposals to adopt new regulations which establish the framework for achieving EU-wide 'climate neutrality' by reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 (the "EU Climate Law"). The proposed law would effectively amend Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 (European Climate Law) to ensure consistency with the new framework.

The proposed law, which would be directly applicable in all Member States, is a key component of the European Green Deal.  It is part of a suite of EU regulatory proposals designed to achieve a successful transition towards the EU's net zero goals.

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