Key lawmaker seeks to curb flexibilities for EU nations’ 2030 climate goals

Published 19:05 on January 17, 2022  /  Last updated at 17:39 on March 16, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS, International, Nature-based  /  No Comments

EU member states should pursue emissions-cutting efforts in non-ETS sectors without resorting to flexibilities that may keep longer term targets out of reach, according to the lead parliamentarian for the bloc's revised Effort-Sharing Regulation (ESR).

EU member states should pursue emissions-cutting efforts in non-ETS sectors without resorting to flexibilities that may keep longer term targets out of reach, according to the lead parliamentarian for the bloc’s revised Effort-Sharing Regulation (ESR).

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