Reports & Briefings

Briefing: Achieving a 30% domestic carbon reduction target.

CAN Europe, Greenpeace, and WWF engaged Öko Institut and the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) to explore in depth the different options for the EU Member States to contribute to a 30 percent carbon target. The institutes were also asked to assess different EU financing mechanisms to leverage additional investments in the EU Member States, and help to equally share the costs and benefits of more climate ambition. The findings of the institutes and the policy recommendations of CAN Europe, Greenpeace and WWF are summarised in this report. 

  pdf CAN-Europe WWF Greenpeace: "Achieving a 30 percent domestic carbon reduction target" (2.71 MB)

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