Decarbonizing Europe – Italy

What are Italy’s plans to become more sustainable?
Find out in our project Decarbonizing Europe 

Italy is the country getting the largest share of the EU’s Recovery and Resilience Facility, with €191.5 billion – 69.5 of them in grants and 122 in loans. As per PM Mario Draghi’s words when presenting the plan, “The corona recovery fund makes investments possible that would have otherwise been impossible, unthinkable, until just days ago.” Italy is investing in clean energy, more efficient digital infrastructure, and in renovating buildings. Particularly, about €20 billion support the retrofitting of public and private dwellings. Are you curious about how Italy plans to become greener? Read more in our stories below. 

How much did Italy emit in 2019?


Greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU


Less greenhouse gas emissions per capita than the EU average

Click here for the full list of countries and their emissions

All the stories about Italy in this project: