Swiss energy-related CO2 emissions fall in 2018 despite stubborn transport output

Published 18:18 on July 19, 2019  /  Last updated at 20:23 on July 19, 2019  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, Switzerland  /  No Comments

Switzerland’s energy-related CO2 emissions continued falling in 2018, the government announced this week, though the decline was again mostly seen in the consumption of thermal fuels as transportation’s output was unchanged.

Switzerland’s energy-related CO2 emissions continued falling in 2018, the government announced this week, though the decline was again mostly seen in the consumption of thermal fuels as transportation’s output was unchanged.

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