Glass for Europe answers to the Climate Law consultation

February 2020 - Glass for Europe

Glass for Europe answers to the Climate Law consultation

On Tuesday, February 4th, Glass for Europe answered to the European Commission consultation on European climate law – achieving climate neutrality by 2050. The European Union aims at achieving net zero emissions by 2050 mainly by cutting emissions, investing in green technologies and protecting the natural environment. The consultation aimed at collecting feedback on the

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Climate Law – The first step towards carbon neutrality

Climate Law The first step towards carbon neutrality Europe’s flat glass sector is working in the climate neutrality direction provided by the European Green Deal published on 11 December 2019. The European flat glass sector takes it as its role to produce at a competitive price the materials essential for renovating Europe’s buildings, for supporting

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Flat Glass in Climate-Neutral Europe

The flat glass sector is indispensable to the massive decarbonisation of the building, transport and energy sectors, which represent the lion’s share of Europe’s CO2 emissions. Flat glass manufacturing is also an energy-intensive activity. The sector takes it as its duty to reduce its own CO2 emissions, which represents a significant challenge in moving towards

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