The EU Green Framework focuses on combating climate change, guarantees sustainable policies, and provides a dual, digital and green transformation that relies on the rule of law.
On December 11, 2019, the European Commission presented the European Green Agreement. The strategy aims to transform the European Union into a modern, competitive economy that uses resources efficiently, and in 2050 will have achieved zero greenhouse gas emissions, i.e. economic growth is separate from the use of resources. In such a Union, no person and no state will be forgotten or left out. As a result of the Zagreb Summit, the EU extended this Green Framework to the Western Balkans along with an ambitious Economic and Investment Plan (EIP), which further promotes the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans and sets it in motion. The economic and investment plan provides a significant investment package that mobilizes 30 billion for the entire region.
The “Green Framework Map” is presented through an infographic that identifies the key elements of the “Green Framework” and offers basic information about them.
The infographic was developed within the project “EU Observatory – Chapter 27”, implemented by the Prespa Institute Skopje and financially supported by the Foundation Open Society – Macedonia.
The full report is available on the following link: “Double Transformation of RNM”.
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