Climate Chance released today the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector 2021. 6 years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, this publication offers a unique synthesis of climate action at the global level in the major emission sectors: energy, transport, buildings, industry, waste, and land use.

ACR+ contributed to the report by preparing a case study on the development of a bioeconomy strategy in Flanders. The material footprint of Flanders is 29.1 tonnes per inhabitant. In its Climate and Energy Plan 2021-2030, Flanders wants to reduce this footprint by 30% in 2030 and 75% in 2050. To achieve this, Flanders intends to become one of the main bio-economic regions in Europe by 2030, an economic model for the production of biological resources in proportions that allow for their renewal, use and residual flows.

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