EU greenhouse gas emissions down nearly a quarter since 1990

Eliminating Europe’s carbon footprint by mid-century is “feasible”, vice president Frans Timmermans said on Monday while announcing a 24% fall in emissions since 1990, but it appears only the coronavirus pandemic has prevented Europe missing its 2020 target for cutting energy use.

by Robert Hodgson

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