NGOs publish best practice principles on LULUCF in 2030 climate and energy package

Today the EU’s Heads of State agreed on the main elements of EU’s 2030 climate and energy package and decided that policies for the land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) sector will be established before 2020. At the same time, nine NGOs publish best practice principles for how best to deal with LULUCF in the EU’s climate framework. Tackling the climate impact of the LULUCF sector should enhance the ambition of the overall climate framework while ensuring the full environmental value of EU land, wetlands and forests, according to the nine NGOs.

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