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On 18 January 2024, the Advisory Board published the report ‘Towards EU climate neutrality: progress, policy gaps, and opportunities’.

Based on an assessment of more than 80 indicators, the report found that more efforts are needed across all sectors to achieve the EU climate objectives from 2030 to 2050, and particularly in buildings, transport, agriculture and forestry.

While acknowledging the potential of the Fit for 55 policy package to speed up the EU’s decarbonisation, it also identifies remaining policy gaps, and provides 13 key recommendations for a more effective implementation and design of the EU climate policy framework. This will require action in the coming years, both to effectively implement recently agreed legislation and to start preparations for the post-2030 climate policy framework.

Read more about the newly released report ‘Towards EU climate neutrality: progress, policy gaps, and opportunities’ here.

Following the publication, the Advisory Board will host a public webinar on 22 January, from 14:30 to 16:00 CET. The Advisory Board will present the new report, which will be followed by a session with questions from the 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. If you are not among the first 150 to sign up, don't worry. You can still enjoy the event by livestreaming it on our website.

A recording of the webinar can be found here.

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