Russia considering net zero emissions by 2060, may enhance ambition ahead of COP26

Published 22:40 on October 6, 2021  /  Last updated at 23:03 on October 6, 2021  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, International  /  No Comments

Russia has drafted a new climate strategy that includes a 2060 net zero emissions target, according to local media reports, with the potential to bolster its position ahead of COP26 and respond to looming carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) risks.

Russia has drafted a new climate strategy that includes a 2060 net zero emissions target, according to local media reports, with the potential to bolster its position ahead of COP26 and respond to looming carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) risks.

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