Prague’s new climate plan focuses on reducing emissions by 45%

Martina Taxova, Trade Commissioner (Czech Republic)

The City of Prague approved the City’s draft Climate Plan until 2030. The ambitious document is to become the flagship of the effort for a carbon-neutral city in 2050. Its implementation over the next ten years envisions a reduction in the volume of carbon dioxide emissions by 45% compared to 2010. This is to be achieved through the implementation of 69 specific measures, which are divided into four sections in the plan – Sustainable Energy and Buildings, Sustainable Mobility, Circular Economics and Adaptation Measures.


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