EU presidency declares ‘green deal’ for transport

The Austrian presidency of the EU declared a new era of clean mobility in Europe after environment and transport ministers agreed to work towards a “green deal” for mobility

The Austrian presidency of the EU declared a new era of clean mobility in Europe after environment and transport ministers agreed to work towards a “green deal” for mobility with proposals to speed up deployment of clean vehicles and promotion of ‘active mobility’.

At an informal Council meeting in Graz, Austria on Tuesday, ministers discussed a declaration tabled by the presidency commiting the EU to decarbonisation of the transport sector through a series of policy and funding proposals to meet the bloc’s 2030 and 2050 climate objectives.

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