All 28 EU Member States have finally submitted their draft National Energy & Climate Plans (#EUNECPs) to the European Commission, kicking off a process that will see final plans adopted by the end of the year. The #EUNECPs detail how each EU country aims to reach its 2030 climate and energy targets.
PlanUp, a consortium of 12 civil society, local authority and research partners across Europe, will keep a close eye on the development of the NECPs in particular in five countries: Spain, Italy, Poland, Romania and Hungary. Promoting good sectoral practices and fostering dialogue, PlanUp’s mission is to ensure strong and inclusive energy and climate plans to drive rapid decarbonisation in Europe.
Fundatia ADEPT and the Life PlanUp project team is pleased to organise, on the 13th February, the workshop: “EU and National Climate Policy: Preparing Romania’s Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan and its long-term decarbonisation”.
This one-day workshop will discuss different aspects of the EU Climate objectives and targets, how Romania can contribute to these targets, the role of the key sectors transport, agriculture, and buildings/cities, and how to ensure good governance of the national climate and energy plans that Romania has to design and present by the end of 2019.
The event will gather experts in different areas of work, such as decarbonisation of transport, governance, sustainable agriculture, low-carbon cities, etc.
The event is open to civil society groups, NGOs, policy-makers and to representatives from municipalities and regions.
For any questions, please contact Laura Chirila-Pașca on 0744 650582, email@example.com.