Parliamentarians push back on effort to raise EU’s 2030 GHG target

Published 17:34 on May 28, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:15 on May 28, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU Parliamentarians from major parties have pushed back against efforts to raise the bloc’s 2030 emissions reduction target to 65%, despite that level being judged to be in line with the Paris Agreement and as providing a smoother path towards reaching net zero by 2050.

EU Parliamentarians from major parties have pushed back against efforts to raise the bloc’s 2030 emissions reduction target to 65%, despite that level being judged to be in line with the Paris Agreement and as providing a smoother path towards reaching net zero by 2050.

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