The European Parliament has passed legislation mandating an EU-wide renewable energy target: at least 20% of energy production must come from renewable sources by 2020, with 25% as a non-mandatory goal when coupled with efficiency improvements. For electricity producers, this could mean getting 33% of their power from renewables.
According to Renewable Energy Access:
...the European Parliament voted for the following:
<> proud European here.
Ya but what happens if you make 25% of all you have renewable and then the climate changes and all those thingies are now in the wrong spot?
Mm, I'm not an expert, but isn't it so that when it comes to agriculture, certain parts of Europe are going to be better off, the more the climate changes? I think I read this somewhere. But the predictions and projections could be wrong of course.
My understanding was that all of europe was likely to turn into an icebox as the clmate changes. The gulf stream keeping europe mild is already weakening or so I read so if its gona happen its gona be soon.