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The covid pandemic has brought home the dangers of over-exploiting the natural world, and European politicians must recognise biodiversity loss, climate change and health as inextricably linked, the European Parliament’s environment committee was warned on Thursday.
Many Europeans would be prepared to give up flying to protect the planet from climate change, but very few would give up cars or meat consumption, a survey commissioned by the European Investment Bank has revealed.
The “primary emphasis” of EU climate policy will be “getting industrial emissions of greenhouse gases under control” despite a switching from an absolute cut in CO2 output to a ‘net’ goal for 2030 a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday, in a policy forum that also foresaw a continued political spat over international offsets.
This year promises to be “pivotal” in the battle to halt global heating, but governments must move quickly to prevent a rebound in fossil fuel consumption, the head of the International Energy Agency Fatih Birol said on Monday as he announced a March summit intended as a “bridge” to the crunch COP26 meeting in November.
Last year was Europe’s hottest ever recorded, and from a global perspective was equalled only by 2016 in terms of highest annual average temperature, the EU’s satellite-based Copernicus Earth observation service reported on Friday.
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