By 2050, Munich should be climate-neutral. As reported by the local television station München.TV, this was decided by the city council in the general assembly. The triggers for this are, among other things, the targets of the Paris climate protection agreement of November 2015 and the Federal Government’s climate protection plan 2050.
Climate neutrality means that by 2050, only a small amount of greenhouse gases will be emitted (0.3 metric tons of CO 2 per inhabitant per year). Munich thus follows the objectives of the Federal Government and the international community.
With the decision on the new climate protection targets, the city administration was also commissioned to develop a renewed climate protection programme with concrete measures by next year.
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