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November 28, 2019

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The Parliament EU asks that marine and aerial transport is engaged to reduce the emissions more than currently previewed

Approved of a resolution that speeds up also the EU commission to propose the inclusion of the marine field in the System EU of exchange of the emission quotas

Today the European Parliament, with 429 ballots to favor, 225 contrarys and 19 abstentions, has approved of a resolution that declares a climatic and environmental emergency in Europe and the world with which an ulterior reduction wonders also for the emissions of the marine and aerial transport. The resolution exhorts the EU commission to guarantee that all the proposals on the climate are online with the objective to limit global warming under 1,5 °C.

An other resolution, also it approved of today with 430 favorable ballots, 190 contrarys and 34 abstentions, specifying that the EU would have to reduce the emissions of 55% within 2030 in order climatically to become neutral within 2050, asks that the European Union engagements in such sense the COP25, the Conference of the United Nations on the climatic changes that will hold from the 2 on 13 December next ones to Madrid.

The first relation evidences that the current objectives of reduction of the emissions of the aerial and marine transport do not allow to obtain the necessary level of the reduction of the emissions and specifies that all the States would have to include such emissions in their plans of national contribution (NDC). The resolution asks also the EU commission to propose the inclusion of the marine field in the System EU of exchange of the quotas emission (ETS).

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