Open letter to Tusk, Juncker and Tajani on EU-China summit

Publication - May 3, 2017
Greenpeace wrote to EU Council president Donald Tusk, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and European Parliament president Antonio Tajani calling on them to use the EU-China summit to lead on action against climate change.

The letter urged the three presidents to ensure that the G7 and EU-China summits build on the Paris Agreement to accelerate climate action and pursue a transition to 100 per cent renewable energy, scaling up the global political momentum towards a phase-out of fossil fuels. The letter called on the EU and its partners to publicly oppose all attempts to undermine or call into question the Paris Agreement and instead move the climate agenda forward, with or without the U.S.

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