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Climate Law makes clear that all transport must be decarbonised

On Mar 4, 2020
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The requirement that all EU countries be climate neutral by 2050 under the #EUClimateLaw - announced today by @vonderleyen - means all transport will need to be fully decarbonised @TimmermansEU @AdinaValean https://t.co/gORkXhbAww
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The requirement that all EU countries be climate neutral by 2050 under the Climate Law, proposed today, means all transport will need to be fully decarbonised, Transport & Environment (T&E) has said. ...

On Mar 4, 2020
@transenv shared
The requirement that all EU countries be climate neutral by 2050 under the #EUClimateLaw - announced today by @vonderleyen - means all transport will need to be fully decarbonised @TimmermansEU @AdinaValean https://t.co/gORkXhbAww
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Climate Law makes clear that all transport must be decarbonised

The requirement that all EU countries be climate neutral by 2050 under the Climate Law, proposed today, means all transport will need to be fully decarbonised, Transport & Environment (T&E) ...

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