The European Union is enacting stringent environmental laws to prevent conflicts over food and water
Brussels: The European Union (EU) has said it is enacting stringent environmental laws to prevent conflicts over “food and water”.
According to the British News Agency, the European Commission has prepared an excellent plan to reduce carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. The new EU legislation aims to set an example for the world’s major economies by reducing carbon emissions by 55% this decade. Speaking to the media, European Commission President Arsala von Derr said that the so-called “Foot for 55” legislation was aimed at reducing fossil fuels and improving the environment with policy design. “We can do things differently. Europe is the first major continent to declare the environment neutral in 2050,” he added.
“If we fail to protect the environment, it will be a failure for our future generations. If we do not solve this problem, then we will fight for water and food,” said Fran ٹیمois Timmerz, executive vice president of the European Commission. Will