Denmark launched on Tuesday a package of 38 initiatives, entitled Together for a Cleaner Future, aimed at improving air quality and achieving the country’s goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2050.
Many of the measures, which complement Denmark’s Clean Energy Plan announced in June, focus on transport. As announced by Denmark during an EU Council debate on emissions limits for new cars, the country intends to stop the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2030 and the sale of plug-in hybrids by 2035. Incentives will be introduced to promote the sale and use of low-emission and zero-emission vehicles.
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