EU, Europe, Policy and Regulation

EU says proposal for 90% emissions cut by 2040 provides ‘investment predictability’

The proposal makes clear the need to reach climate neutrality while securing jobs, industry and protecting farmers (Photo: Jean-Francois Monier/AFP via Getty Images)

The European Commission has proposed reducing EU greenhouse gas emissions by 90% by 2040, but environmental campaigners are concerned about the focus on carbon capture and storage to meet the target

The European Commission has proposed a 90 per cent greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2040 compared with 1990 ...

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