Juergen Hambrecht, Lino Guzzella, and that Lars G Josefsson believes that, with the help of the examples from the book, ”around the world in 80 days”, the EUROPEAN union's climate change policy is a political utopia. However, in their attempt to criticize the policy of only holding one thought in your head, then they are on their own goal when they put it like that, nuclear power is the only way to succeed in climate change policy. The transformation of the society, and we need to do is going to be about so much more than it is for, or against, nuclear power. Regardless of what the debaters do so, the EU needs to manage to put on, and to be climate neutral no later than 2050, it is populistic, but because we have to.
The European Green Deal ' is the EUROPEAN union's large-scale and comprehensive environmental and climate change strategy. Now, in the next couple of years, waiting for a number of decision-making to the climate change package to be implemented in real-life politics. The issue of energy is very important in the Green deal, but there is also one on the grip as possible in the environment in which we seek a global agreement on urgent antimicrobial resistance issues; more stringent requirements on animal welfare and the phasing out of toxic substances, to name but a few.
but there is more that needs to be improved. not the least, in order to replace fossil materials with renewable, in everything from construction to energy. That is why we are in the Centre to secure a place at the negotiating table so that we can push for increased climate ambition, which is followed by concrete action.
The main character in around the world in 80 days, Phileas Fogg, is succeeding in its mission, it is not, as the authors do, is stand by and complain.
One thing that has, to the authors, the right thing to do, the climate change issue is a complex one. It requires the ability to hold more thoughts in my head at the same time. To listen to the huge level of commitment from the young people, but also to make the investments that may not be as big of headlines, such as, for example, to reduce the emissions of clothes and set it on the industry to more renewable energy. This will require significant investment by both the public and private capital in order to be able to achieve our goals. This is what the debate should be. This is an amazingly higher and more important discussion, than to desperately cling to the age-old debate about nuclear energy. Does anyone want to build nuclear power plants, it is simply a matter of getting up and running, but that it would be paid for with taxpayers ' billions, is not an option.
At the EUROPEAN union level, we should provide the basic conditions for sustainable energy to grow. Where do we see that in the last few years the development of technology has made solar and wind are dropping dramatically in price. Combined with the biogasturbiner, the energy, the more capacity and flexibility, we lay the foundation for a more interconnected energy market in Europe. Because that's the way the author writes, we will need more electricity in the uk and Europe.
with the help of around the world in 80 days, Phileas Fogg, is succeeding in its mission, it is not, as the authors do, is stand by and complain. No, he was to hold on to their lofty aspirations and their confidence in the innovation. But perhaps most of all, he took part in the trip.
Just as it is in climate change policy. We must keep our aspirations high, we need to take responsibility, and we need to quiet things are in place. Don't sit in the back seat and complain. I have, and the Life, will be involved in the work, and to ensure that emissions are reduced. Europe has been carbon-neutral by the year 2050, and that the policy is to have both feet firmly on the ground.<