COP27: UE y el fireplace to la reduction de emissions GHG

COP27: EU and the path towards reducing GHG emissions

On November 18, the 27th United Nations Conference on Climate Change ended in Egypt (COP27) without many significant advances.

With more than 200 countries attending, in this edition, progress has been made on some fundamental points, but others remain at a standstill. 

The main proposals and objectives that were raised were:

get the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase financing for countries most affected by the impacts of climate change.

Countries that represent more than half of the world's GDP established a action plan to speed up decarbonization through advances in key sectors such as: energy, transportation and agriculture.

The EU announces its ambitious plan to reduce its emissions by 57% by 2030

On the stage of the COP27, the first vice president of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, stated that “We must move forward to keep the 1,5º objective alive” in order to avoid the worst effects of climate change.

Air shipments are the most efficient if you need your cargo or documents to arrive quickly and securely. 27 countries of the European Union have agreed on a series of policies that allow an increase from 55% to 57% reducing emissions to 2030.

This increase in ambition will be achieved through energy savings and greater investment in renewable energy, Timmermans said.

Focus on transportation 

Currently, transportation represents 10% of global gas emissions.

For this reason, special attention has been paid to the urgency of its rapid decarbonization.

One of the measures that were announced in this edition was the presentation of the Coalition to Accelerate to Net Zero (A2Z) already agreed at the previous COP26.

This Coalition brings together countries, regions, institutions and companies that work and fight to achieve carbon neutrality.


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