The Climate Plan focuses on four large aspects on the 2030 horizon:
Mitigation: what are we going to do to cut emissions? We need to achieve a 45% per-capita reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to 2005.
Adaptation and resilience: how are we going to prepare ourselves, so that we are less vulnerable to climate change? We need to achieve a 1.6 km2 increase in urban greenery, which is equivalent to 1 m2 of greenery per resident, and a domestic consumption of drinking water that is below 100 l/residents/day.
Climate Justice: what are we going to do to guarantee the rights of the most vulnerable people? We need to achieve zero energy poverty.
Promoting citizen action: how are we going to support projects undertaken by organisations and the general public? Allocating €1.2 million in subsidies for collaborative citizen projects (€200,000 twice a year).
Reduce per capita GHG emissions by 45% compared to 2005
Reduce private motor vehicle journeys by 20%
Increase solar power generation fivefold.
Renovate, in energy terms, 20% of residential buildings that are over 40 years old.
Increase urban green space by 1.6 km2 , which is equivalent to 1m2 more of green space per current inhabitant.
Obtain 100% clean funding
Achieve domestic potable water consumption of under 100 l/inhabitant/day.
Have zero energty poverty.
Allocate €1.2 million in subsidies for collaborative citizen projects (€200.000 every two years).