In climate fight, EU lawmakers back stricter emission caps

Por: Associated Press Business June 23, 2022


BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union lawmakers stepped up the fight against Wednesday by requiring deeper emission cuts from power plants, factories and planes in the EU and by endorsing an unprecedented import tax.The European Parliament advanced draft climate legislation that would slash the EU greenhouse gases by at least 55% in 2030 compared with 1990 rather than by a previously agreed 40%. The legislation also includes a tool that would allow... + full article

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