Letters to Policy Makers

While Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) welcome the progress of the ENTSOs in view of stakeholder engagement and their willingness to include a carbon budget into their modelling, we are very concerned about the current set of scenarios.

These scenarios do not suggest realistic pathways to reach the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C target. They are neither in line with the promises of the European Green Deal nor with a net zero emissions Europe in 2050.

Attachments:
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