Urgenda`s decision has also made waves in the broader area of climate litigation. We will continue to inform you of (the impact) of new climate laws and regulations. The Dutch government believes that public and social support is essential for the success of climate policy and for helping citizens to take climate action themselves. For example, it financially supports the reduction of household energy consumption. The Climate Act aims to strengthen the safety of individuals and businesses in the Netherlands in relation to climate goals. Under the Climate Act, the government is required to draw up a climate plan that sets out measures to ensure that the objectives set by the law are met. The national climate agreement contains agreements with sectors on what they will do to achieve these climate goals. In a letter dated January 31, Economy and Climate Minister Eric Wiebes said the cabinet would continue to work on measures to reduce emissions, while ministers met with Marjan Minnesma, director of Urgenda, in February to discuss options. Perhaps it is thanks to the coronavirus crisis that the government has done so. Compared to the spending programs put in place in response to the pandemic, a climate program that would be huge any other year now seems weak and hasn`t attracted much attention. Tol has contributed to the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, but he has also been accused of underestimating the physical and economic impact of climate change.