Climate Agreement in the Netherlands
Climate agreement towards halving CO2-emissions by 2030
In 2017 the Dutch government announced the objective to curb greenhouse gas emissions to a 49% lower level in 2030 compared to the emissions in 2030. Subsequently, stakeholders in the Netherlands stepped into a nearly two year long process to determine additional actions, on top of current and already adopted measures, to achieve this 49% reduction target.
the final documents, containing the details of the five economic sector, among which mobility, are presented here.
The Platform Sustainable Biofuels provided various input into this Climate Agreement process. Details can be found via here.
- Date 10/10/2019
- Tags 2019, Biofuels, Climate, Emissions, Energy, Market perspective, Policy, Sustainability