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Countries question ship CO2 plan

Several countries have expressed reservations about the EU’s new ship CO2 monitoring rules, which were adopted in Brussels on Wednesday
News Lima COP20 logo (credit: Ministry of the Environment of Peru)

Climate talks start bridging the rich-poor gap

A compromise wording on sharing emission reductions enabled negotiators to clinch a deal in Lima, but many controversial issues remain undecided for next year's climate agreement
Comment People, William Todts

Transport in ETS could be slippery slope

The mooted inclusion of transport in the carbon market at national level could do long-term damage to the EU’s efforts to cut vehicles’ climate impact, says William Todts of T&E
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People, Claudio De Vincenti (credit: European Union)

At a meeting in Brussels on 9 December, Italian deputy economy minister Claudio De Vincenti led energy ministers' debate on governance of the EU's 2030 climate and energy goals.

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