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On 18 January 2024, at 00:01 CET, the European Scientific Advisory Board on Climate Change will publish a report on the consistency of EU policies with the Union’s climate neutrality objective by 2050.
Just after midnight on Thursday, 18 January 2024, the European Scientific Advisory board on Climate Change will publish a new report, “Towards EU climate neutrality: progress, policy gaps and opportunities”, on the consistency of EU policies with the Union’s climate neutrality target by 2050.
Starting from a thorough progress assessment based on 80 indicators, the report explores to what extent current EU policies are fit to deliver the greenhouse gas emissions reductions needed to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at the latest.
The analysis identifies remaining gaps and policy inconsistencies in the EU policy framework that need to be addressed in the coming years, and opportunities for faster and deeper emission reductions. Based on this, the report puts forward 13 key recommendations to improve the consistency of EU policies with Europe’s climate ambitions.
Following the publication, the Advisory Board will host a public webinar on Monday, 22 January 2024, at 14:30 CET. The Advisory Board will present the new report and answer questions from participants.
You can sign up for the public webinar here [registration closed]. Please note that the webinar has limited availability, with only the first 150 people who sign up being able to participate directly in the webinar. It will however be possible for everyone to follow the livestreamed webinar on the Advisory Board's website.