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Climate Action

EU Action

Through the European Green Deal, the EU is committed to becoming climate-neutral by 2050 while leaving no one behind. To achieve this goal, we are taking action on multiple fronts.


Writing into law the goal set out in the European Green Deal for Europe’s economy and society to become climate-neutral by 2050.

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This page is your gateway to learn more about what fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) are, how they may impact you, the reasons for reducing their emissions, and the achievements of the EU in this regard.

Discover what the European Commission is doing to support the deployment of Industrial Carbon Management (ICM) technologies across Europe, while also ensuring their operational safety.


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.


Why the ozone layer matters and what we’re doing to protect it.

The climate and nature crises are interconnected and need to be tackled together.

Climate disinformation is the intentional dissemination of false information related to climate change and climate action.