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Thursday, 12.12.2019, 14:21
Lithuania will need to spend 14 bn euros over ten years to meet its climate change commitments, President Gitanas Nauseda said referred LETA/BNS.
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A group of ocean experts, including the UN Special Envoy for the Ocean, scientists and NGOs convening for a COP25 event today in Madrid, How can Ending Overfishing Mitigate Climate Change?, have called for immediate action by governments worldwide to end overfishing in order to mitigate the impacts of climate change on the world's oceans.
The Commission’s strategy for greener and cleaner EU (the so-called “European Green Deal”) is, generally, aimed at making the member states’ economies more resilient and competitive. A vital part of “green transition” is energy policy: according to Kadri Simson, the new energy Commissioner, the energy transition includes three priorities: the people, the national economies and the global partners.
The European Commission has decided to send Latvia a letter of formal notice for its failure to ensure adequate protection for habitats and species of EU interest by designating nature protection areas, reported LETA.
France's renewable energy group Idex, which is part of Antin, one of Europe's largest investment companies, may invest up to 200 mln euros in Lithuania, according the business daily Verslo Zinios information reported LETA/BNS.
Nord Stream 2 has completed pipelay activities in the Russian offshore and onshore sections.