Climate Recon 2050 provides a platform for dialogue and exchange on long-term climate strategies among experts from government and science.
This reports presents the finding of analysing the long-term climate strategies of Slovenia, Croatia and Austria.
Transport and mobility are an essential part of our daily lives. Unfortunately, currently, most of the transport modes depend on fossil fuels.
In this report we analysed how EU Member States addressed the Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) sector as well as other carbon removal options in their national LTSs.
As amply demonstrated by each passing year, the decarbonisation of our economies is the key societal challenge of the 21st century. In response, each EU member state is required to adopt and regularly update a holistic decarbonisation strategy until 2050, known as a long-term strategy (LTS).
Decarbonisation will not be achieved merely through political commitments, it also requires rigorous evidence-based planning. Romania still needs to publish its long-term strategy (LTS) on how decarbonisation will be achieved by 2050.
Long-Term Strategies are key instruments for transforming the economies of Member States and achieving the EU’s ambitious climate neutrality goals.
National long-term strategies (LTS), as long-term energy policy documents submitted by EU Member States to the European Commission, give an insight into the envisioned decarbonisation pathways of particular countries.
Long-term (climate) Strategies (LTSs) stand out from other government strategies, as they provide a vision of the national economy far into the future and encompass an unusually broad spectrum of policy areas.
Modern, low-carbon district heating networks are important vectors for decarbonizing the European heating sector.