On 4 March 2020, the European Commission presented a proposal to implement the European Climate Law in order to enshrine in legislation the EU’s political commitment to become the first neutral continent by 2050. The purpose of the Climate Law is to prevent any going back regarding the European Union’s commitment and to give directions, transparency and predictability concerning the European Green Deal.
Simultaneously, the Commission announced the launch of a public consultation to gather input from various stakeholders in order to shape the European Climate Pact. The Commission will launch the Pact before the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) that will take place on 20 November 2020 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.
You can take a look at the European Climate Pact consultation here
EuChemS is preparing to answer the survey and is taking this opportunity to ask for input in order to provide feedback and suggestions regarding the European Climate Pact initiative to the European Commission.
Learn more about EuChemS’ survey here. EuChemS expects your input to the EuChemS’ response to the open consultation by 10 April.