Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, met with representatives from the main environmental associations operating in Spain to hear their proposals now that the Strategic Framework on Energy and the Climate is in its public information stage at the Ministry for the Ecological Transition in order to gather contributions from the public.
Sánchez discussed the adoption of measures with the five leaders aimed at achieving an environmentally-friendly and fair transition and combating climate change.
The topics of conversation included decarbonisation, the promotion of renewable energies, self-supply, sustainable mobility and development of the rural environment, as well as future challenges focused on biodiversity, health and pollution policies.
The meeting was attended by Juan Carlos del Olmo, CEO of World Wildlife Fund; Mario Rodríguez Vargas, Executive Director of Greenpeace Spain; Asunción Ruíz, Executive Director of SEO/BirdLife; Francisco Segura, Coordinator of Ecologists in Action; and Blanca Ruibal, Agriculture and Food Department Manager of Friends of the Earth.
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