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In 2019, the Brussels Capital Region has embarked on an economic transition process which aims to align its economic objectives with its climate objectives. Three horizons were then set: to increase economic aid for socially or environmentally exemplary companies in 2024; to reorient all the Region's economic tools so that they focus on supporting companies that choose to be socially and environmentally exemplary in 2030; to achieve carbon neutrality in economic activities in 2050.This economic transition, known as the "Shifting Economy", is now unfolding in a strategy that aims at a paradigm shift to ensure the development of a prosperous, local, sustainable and resilient economy that meets the needs of inhabitants and entrepreneurs. It aims to be less resource-intensive, less fossil fuel-intensive, but also less dependent on the outside world and on international shocks.In total, with the help of ACR+ Bruxelles Environnement among other actors, 224 actions and measures have been or will be implemented by 2030 to accompany business towards environmental and social exemplarity.Source: (in French)

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