Serious, even existential problems have begun in the Arctic – Klik

The Arctic is changing rapidly due to global warming, growing competition for resources and geopolitical competition. Looking to the future of the region, the European Union wants both to stand up for its interests and to make a meaningful contribution. We intend to become more involved in the region through climate action, international cooperation, sustainable economic development, making people a priority.

Implementing European Green Course, Europe will be the first climate-neutral continent by 2050, and our legally binding commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 is a global benchmark. The Green Course and the EU’s new approach to promoting a sustainable blue economy are at the heart of the Union’s Arctic strategy.


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