EU strikes provisional deal on land use emissions

Published 07:21 on November 11, 2022  /  Last updated at 08:34 on November 12, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

EU legislators early on Friday struck a provisional deal to deepen cuts in land use (LULUCF) emissions in line the the bloc's overall 2030 climate target, enabling ministers to head to COP27 UN climate talks next week with three major elements of their flagship Fit for 55 climate package in place. 

EU legislators early on Friday struck a provisional deal to deepen cuts in land use (LULUCF) emissions in line the the bloc’s overall 2030 climate target, enabling ministers to head to COP27 UN climate talks next week with three major elements of their flagship Fit for 55 climate package in place.

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