Climate change represents one of the greatest environmental, social and economic threats facing the planet. Needless to mention that it has been on the world policy’s agenda for years and that most countries have developed their strategies and approaches to raise awareness for the issue and to initiate actions for mitigating and adapting to the effects.
Today’s youngsters are likely to experience the effects of climate change much more than we do today – and they will have to deal with the issue and need to learn to live sustainably in order to counteract climate change and subsequent environmental troubles.
On 28 November 2018, the European Commission presented its strategic long-term vision for a climate-neutral Europe by 2050.The Commission’s strategic vision is an invitation to all EU institutions. They are coming together to take action. It is still possible to escape the worst impacts of climate change and build a safer future for everyone. But we need to do more and faster. Mos