EU sharpens demands for shipping's CO2 emissions ahead of decisive IMO meeting

The EU nations propose new intermediate targets for the shipping industry’s climate plan towards 2050, including an aim to have 10 percent of fuels coming from sustainable sources in 2030.
Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Daniel Reinhardt/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

The countries of the European Union have presented their proposal for how shipping should reduce its emissions of CO2 heading towards 2050, a proposition that entails a significant sharpening of demands compared to what has previously been the case among these nations. 

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