In 2018, the European Commission published its Communication “A clean planet for all”, which calls for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. A thorough study commissioned by UBA assessing the underlying scenarios for policy making shows that central aspects for building an adequate ambitious long-term climate strategy, such as socio-economic, fiscal and technological were under consideration. Although the IDA serves as a basis for the discussion of a long-term GHG development strategy only for the EU internally, its merit lies in its extensive efforts on assessing the feasibility of net-zero GHG emissions which may be helpful to other countries as well.
Assessment of the In-depth Analysis Accompanying the Strategic Long-term Vision “A clean planet for all” of the European Commission
Climate Change | 35/2019
Jakob Wachsmuth, Johannes Eckstein, Anne Held, Andrea Herbst, Patrick Plötz, Kjell Bettgenhäuser, Tom Berg, Madeleine Hardy, Matthias Schimmel, Matthias Duwe, Mona Freundt, Ana Frelih-Larsen, Martin Hirschnitz-Garbers, Ariel Araujo
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