Both the EU and Member States enact climate policies – but who does what?
Writing into law the goal set out in the European Green Deal for Europe’s economy and society to become climate-neutral by 2050.
Adapting to climate change means taking action to adjust to its present and future impacts.
A ‘cap and trade’ system to reduce emissions via a carbon market.
Fluorinated gases (‘F-gases’) are very powerful greenhouse gases found in everyday products such as refrigerators or air conditioning.
Reducing emissions is not enough. We also have to capture carbon that is already in the atmosphere.
To achieve climate neutrality, we are taking action to remove CO₂ from the Earth’s atmosphere.
Sharing the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in key sectors.
Find out about the crucial role the land use sector plays in fighting climate change, and what the EU is doing in this field.
Transport represents almost a quarter of Europe's greenhouse gas emissions and is the main cause of air pollution in cities.