EU net zero 2050 deal still possible this week as Germany and others signal support

Published 11:14 on June 17, 2019  /  Last updated at 13:23 on June 17, 2019  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU leaders may strike a net zero 2050 emissions deal this week as several more nations including Germany backed the move, which would also advance work on upping the bloc’s 2030 target underpinning the ETS cap.

EU leaders may strike a net zero 2050 emissions deal this week as several more nations including Germany backed the move, which would also advance work on upping the bloc’s 2030 target underpinning the ETS cap.

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