Another German state plans binding CO2 target
Baden-Württemberg, one of Germany's largest and richest states, is looking to adopt a binding CO2 reduction target of 90% by 2050. It follows North Rhine-Westphalia, which put forward a similar plan last year. Both states are governed by a Green/SPD coalition.
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