The European bioeconomy and the Fit for 55 Package

2021 is the year to establish the roadmap to a 55% GHG emission reduction by 2030, helping steady the impact of global warming and to achieve a stable climate below 1.5C. This coalition believes the bioeconomy must be placed, with other solutions, at the centre of this roadmap and forthcoming revisions in the Fit for 55 Package.

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In 2020, the European Commission proposed to raise the target for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction from 40% to 55% (compared to 1990 levels) in the next decade. It also pledged to be the first climate-neutral continent by mid-century.

2021 is the year to establish the roadmap to a 55% GHG emission reduction by 2030, helping steady the impact of global warming and to achieve a stable climate below 1.5C. This coalition believes the bioeconomy must be placed, with other solutions, at the centre of this roadmap and forthcoming revisions in the Fit for 55 Package.

In this policy paper created in collaboration with our coalition partners, Avril, DB Schenker, Lantmännen, Scania, Shell and Yara, we advocate recommendations to ensure the European bioeconomy and bio-based industries are similarly pioneering and can play their role in both accelerating decarbonisation and meeting the broader ambitions of the European Green Deal.