CO2 limits for trucks, carbon removal, pesticides on Commission’s 2022 agenda

The European Commission aims to lower CO2 emissions standards for heavy-duty vehicles, introduce a right to repair electrical equipment, set new rules for pesticide use and develop carbon removal certificates, according to its 2022 work programme adopted on Tuesday.

by Simon Pickstone
Vice-president Maros Sefcovic during a plenary debate on Tuesday. Sefcovic said the Commission aimed to follow the 'one in, one out' principle for new regulation next year. Photo: Michel Christen / EP
Vice-president Maros Sefcovic during a plenary debate on Tuesday. Sefcovic said the Commission aimed to follow the 'one in, one out' principle for new regulation next year. Photo: Michel Christen / EP

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