TRAN: Climate Change Law


In a separate meeting, rapporteur Tilly Metz (Greens) also presented her draft opinion and the numerous amendments to the proposed European climate law to the Transport Committee, which was subsequently debated in detail. The Climate Change Bill is the core of the Green Deal and is both the framework and the way to achieve EU climate neutrality by 2050. Many MEPs took part in the ensuing debate, which showed the wide range of opinions on this issue in committee, including the need for ambition to decarbonise the transport sector, the need for realistic targets and consideration of long-term investments, the necessary degree of flexibility for individual Member States and the desire for sector-specific targets and measures.


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Deutsch On 11 February 2021, ACEA issued a joint appeal with the European non-governmental organisation Transport & Environment (T&E) and the European Consumers' Organisation (BEUC), calling on Europe