Belgium technically has the means to achieve carbon neutrality in 2050 and several ways are possible to achieve it, but this transition will require both behavioral changes, technological progress and significant investments in infrastructure, according to a report. prospective study carried out by the Climate Change Service of the FPS Public Health and presented on Tuesday.
Posted on 06/01/2021 at 11:14 am| updated on 1/06/2021 at 12:03
Several scenarios have been identified leading to a climate neutral Belgium in 2050, one of the main objectives of the Paris Climate Agreement. These scenarios have been developed from a tool, available online, which makes it possible to “play” on the ambition levels of more than a hundred levers in all sectors of society (energy production, transport , buildings, agriculture, etc.) and assess the impact on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and on the consumption of resources.