Published a year ago and coming into force on February 1st, the Law includes measures that must be implemented and presented by the Government within one year after the entry into force of the law, that is, a period that ends within practically a month.

In a statement, Zero mentions measures that it considers urgent to implement, such as the planned availability to the public of a digital tool, the Climate Action Portal, which will allow citizens to participate in climate action and access information on emissions and targets, progress in achieving them, or climate finance. “Public participation occupies a central place in the law (…), however, it is not clear how this participation will be framed”.

A year after the publication of the law, figures are missing for carbon budgets for the period 2023-2025, says Zero, adding that by February the initial climate impact assessment report should be presented, in which potential government diplomas are identified.