The "2020 Climate and Energy Package" falls under the Kyoto Protocol and anticipates the 2nd commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol (2013-2020), better known as the Doha Amendment. It includes the European targets for the period 2013-2020.
As an EU Member State, Belgium has also been assigned targets to be achieved within the ''2020 Climate & Energy Package'':
In order to meet the reduction target of 15% by 2020 compared to the reference year 2005, Belgium negotiated for nine years about burden sharing across regions and the federal state. In 2018, a cooperation agreement was reached proposing the following burden allocation:
Belgium negotiated for nine years about burden sharing between the regions and only came to an agreement in 2018. Both the federal level and the regions only had 2 more years to achieve their goals, an undertaking that failed.
Note that Belgium reached an agreement on its regional burden sharing (Cooperation Agreement 2018) when Europe was already drafting the 2030 Climate and Energy Framework and the European Green Deal was in the making.
The German-speaking Community drafted its own Energy and Climate Plan in 2018, in which it states it will contribute to part of the Walloon objectives (see 2018).