Climate Brainstorming Day in Budapest
The state of the planet and the changing climate we live in are alarming. To prevent the most catastrophic climate change the world's governments adopted the Paris Agreement in 2015. The new IPCC special report is the latest evidence that action so far has been insufficient and that more is needed fast. The EU has proclaimed itself as global climate leader, but the measures it has taken so far are falling short of what is needed for transition to a zero carbon society and living within the planetary boundaries.
With the support of Login5 Foundation, J&E and partners - Keskkonnaõiguse Keskus, Unabhängiges Institut für Umweltfragen e.V. (UfU), Pravno-informacijski center nevladnih organizacij - PIC, EMLA Egyesület, ÖKOBÜRO, Zelena akcija / FoE Croatia, Fundacja Frank Bold, BlueLink Stories, Greenpeace International, University of Ljubljana, discussing possible legal actions in order to make EU and national decision-makers reach the goals of the Paris Agreement today at Climate Brainstorming Day in Budapest.