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We are facing a climate emergency.

In 2015 the EU signed the Paris climate agreement, and in 2021 the Glasgow climate pact. Countries committed to try and keep temperature rise to 1.5° C.

The EU's 55% net emissions reduction target is not enough. 

It needs be at least 65% real emissions reductions by 2030 

The EU must ensure the revised 2030 climate and energy laws - the 'Fit for 55%' package - boost climate action in line with the science

This must be done in a socially fair way - WWF's asks.

"Reaching net zero emissions by 2040 in the EU is essential if we are to uphold the Paris Agreement and limit devastating climate change.”

Alex Mason
Head of Climate and Energy
WWF European Policy Office

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What WWF is doing
WWF is advocating and campaigning for:


Alex Mason
Head of Climate & Energy
+32 494 762 763

Florian Cassier
Communications Officer, Climate
+32 479 33 92 11

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From flabby to fit? Improving the EU's 2030 climate plans

The 'Fit for 55%' package aims to revise the EU's climate and energy laws up to 2030. But it's not enough.

EU governments and MEPs are discussing their positions on the various proposals made by the EU Commission. 

There is a chance to improve the proposals and ensure they are science-aligned (meaning, they contribute to keeping global temperature rise to 1.5°C) and socially fair.

This visual report summarises what was proposed and what WWF is calling for.