The Climate Action Tracker, a science-based assessment by Ecofys, Climate Analytics and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), recently reflected on the latest status of the progress made at international climate negotiations.
According to the general assessment, the EU struggled to align emission trading, energy efficiency policies and their climate targets. Moreover, the Union clearly recognized the need to address energy efficiency and had a fully functioning ETS, how...
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