During the plenary debate on the outcome of the UN climate summit, I highlighted how we now need to work together to drive systemic change, as opposed to how each political group has so far chosen individual climate-related challenges to fit their priorities.
When working with legislation that affects the entire EU, definitions are very important. Lapland’s forest, which naturally consists of two forest species, cannot be defined in the same way as the planted eucalyptus forests in Portugal.
At the meeting of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, I raised the importance of investments in the transition.
During the last meeting of the Environmental committee, I spoke, among other things, about the difficulty of obtaining an accurate picture of forest density using satellite images. This is because, for example, deciduous trees change size between seasons.
In my speech at the European Parliament plenary session on 20th of October, I raised the issue of systemic failures that have led to the challenges created by rising energy prices.