Amid Brexit doubts, UK extends binding emissions goals out to 2032

Published 11:05 on June 30, 2016  /  Last updated at 18:01 on June 30, 2016  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The UK on Thursday set a legally-binding target to cut its GHG emissions 57% under 1990 levels between 2028-2032, in the face of huge uncertainty over how those obligations will interact with the country’s EU climate obligations following its decision to leave the bloc.

The UK on Thursday set a legally-binding target to cut its GHG emissions 57% under 1990 levels between 2028-2032, in the face of huge uncertainty over how those obligations will interact with the country’s EU climate obligations following its decision to leave the bloc.

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