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Climate change: Significant drop in EU emissions in 2018 but further effort needed to reach 2030 target

31. oktober 2019, EEA, Novice, Vreme

The European Union (EU) cut its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2 % in 2018, according to preliminary estimates released today by the European Environment Agency. However, rising energy consumption continues to hamper progress on the share of energy generated by renewable sources and on energy efficiency. As in previous years, the transport sector remains a particular concern with rising GHG emissions, low uptake of renewable energy sources and insufficient reductions of transport fuels’ life-cycle emissions.

Climate change: Significant drop in EU emissions in 2018 but further effort needed to reach 2030 target


Objavljeno 31.10.2019 v/na EEA
https://www.eea.europa.eu/highlights/climate-change-significant-drop-in




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