Even though present society is going through an extraordinary process of transformation and economic growth, it is of the utmost importance to tackle climate change to ensure that such growth is sustainable.
In the last 100 years, worldwide CO emissions have increased tenfold, with China and the US emitting the most,
According to the Global Risks Report 2020 (WEF), the major global risks over the course of the next ten years are mainly environmental, such as the progressive increase in temperatures and increased occurrence of natural disasters resulting from the impact of climate change,
These risks entail a significant social and economic cost and determine the future of our sustainable development,
Given the gravity of this issue, the European Union has in place an advanced regulatory and legislative framework that addresses decarbonisation and the increasing presence of renewable energy,