It’s now widely accepted that clean technology can become a significant new sector of the European economy and thus reconcile the two previously conflicting objectives of stimulating economic growth and preserving the environment.
In recognition of this, the EU has set out an ambitious plan to create a low-carbon economy by the middle of the century. ‘The Roadmap for building a competitive low-carbon Europe by 2050’ aims to drastically reduce European emissions of greenhouse gases...
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