Ministers get to work on non-ETS emissions

Environment ministers are set to debate whether the European Commission’s proposals for reducing emissions from sectors such as buildings and agriculture provide member states enough flexibility

Environment ministers are set to debate whether the European Commission’s proposals for reducing emissions from sectors such as buildings and agriculture provide member states enough flexibility.

The Slovak Presidency of the Council has requested ministers to send in their views on whether the proposed ‘flexibilities’ allow for a cost-effective achievement of the 2030 target in the sectors outside the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) ahead of the Environment Council meeting on 17 October.

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