EU member states agree 55% cut in carbon emissions by 2030


Accord reached after Poland held out for concessions puts bloc on path to climate neutrality by 2050

EU member states have agreed to strengthen their target for cutting greenhouse gas emissions in the next decade, in line with their long-term goal of net zero carbon by 2050.

The EU made a commitment on Friday to cut carbon by 55% in the EU by 2030, compared with 1990 levels, after member states wrangled into the early morning as Poland held out for concessions.

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