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EU agrees to cut greenhouse gas emissions from trucks
by Philip Blenkinsop
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19 February 2019
On 19 February 2019 Reuters reported:
The European Union agreed on Tuesday (19 February) to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from new trucks and buses by 30 percent by a 2030 deadline as part of its commitment to cut its output of greenhouse gases. The EU currently has no limits on emissions from heavy-duty vehicles, unlike the United States, China, Japan, and Canada. Trucks account for almost one quarter of the bloc's transport-related emissions.
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