Estonia attaches great importance to the climate neutrality goal of the European Union, but also deems in necessary that the transition be fair and take into account states' specific features, such as Estonia's oil shale sector, Prime Minister Juri Ratas said.
At the European Council meeting on December 12, the heads of state and government of the EU member states discussed achieving climate neutrality in the EU by 2050 and expressed their readiness to commit to it. This would mean that the EU does not emit more greenhouse gases than it captures. Only one member s...
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