The government has unanimously approved a far-reaching proposal for a transition to a low-carbon economy, which sets a national target to reduce by 2050 greenhouse gas emissions by at least 85% compared to emissions in 2015. The decision also sets an interim target for 2030 reduction of 27 % In emissions.

The adoption of the resolution is an implementation of Israel's international commitment under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change,

However, a number of important clauses were left out due to heavy pressure from the Energy Ministry and the budgets department of the Finance Ministry.

KAN's Mark Weiss asked Sam Daniel, Greenpeace Israel Program Manager, if this was a good plan.