The European Union aims to become climate neutral by 2050 and is tightening its climate goals for 2030 as a result. In this event report, EURACTIV looks at some of the implications for business and industry, in partnership with the Togetair climate summit in Poland.
Steel, cement and fertilisers should be among the first sectors protected by the upcoming carbon levy to safeguard European business from cheaper, CO2 intensive imports, according to Poland.
In a video interview, Poland's climate and environment minister speaks about the government's efforts to phase out coal and develop a more diversified energy mix in Poland, saying solar rooftop has brought "a real revolution" in the way Polish people perceive the climate crisis and the energy transition.
New declarations, important decisions, and strong emotions during the debates!
DAY 1: Minister of Climate Opens Climate Summit
The Summit was opened by the Minister of Climate and Environment, Michał Kurtyka, emphasizing the enormous progress that Poland has recently made in terms …