from Flemish government We recently came to a Flemish climate agreement, but that continues so far 40 percent By 2030. Flanders wants to achieve this reduction with better insulation for homes, electric cars and in the agricultural sector.
Federal Climate Minister Zakia Khattabi (Echo) described yesterday’s Flemish effort as “a good step, but a very small one”. It says Flanders will have problems with its climate target because of Flanders.
But Demir thinks Flanders is already doing enough. She thinks the European proposal is too high and wants a different distribution.
“The question from the Flemish government is to achieve more balance in those goals. It cannot be the case for countries Bulgaria and Romania It has targets of about 10 to 12 percent and other countries up to 50 percent. The difference is very big. So renegotiate this proposal and make sure there is a little more balance. “However, the targets are a bit higher in many other countries, such as the Netherlands, Germany and France.
The Flemish government also has a problem with the new ETS system for buildings and transport, the system in which carbon emissions rights are traded. From 2026, additional payments will have to be made for emissions in those sectors, but Flanders doesn’t think that’s a good idea.
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