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EU countries poised to approve 2035 phaseout of CO2-emitting cars.

A legislation to ban the sale of new CO2-emitting vehicles in the EU is about to receive approval from energy ministers after Germany gained an exemption for e-fuel vehicles.
After Germany's transport ministry expressed last-minute resistance to the law, which threatened to derailed the EU's primary policy for bringing vehicles in accordance with its climate change goal, the decision was delayed by three weeks. Over the weekend, the European Commission and Germany came to an agreement to stop the conflict.
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  • Peter Kamau

    63 w

    2035 seems like it's too far in the future,I guess they should work towards a more near future at least

    • walter lungayi

      63 w

      sounds like a good plan

    • Patrik Lobergh

      63 w

      At least 5 years to late, should have been latest by 2030

      • Gorffly mokua

        63 w

        This will be a big step towards achieving Net-Zero!

        • Munene Mugambi

          63 w

          A good plan overall

          • Mc Kaka Official🇰🇪

            63 w

            Great progress. But I would reccoend the control of oil gas and coal it will create more meaning to carbon eradication!

            • Ajema Lydiah

              63 w

              this is great news

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