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France changes decarbonization strategy for its industry

The original plan of the French government to decarbonize its industry was unsuccessful. By 2030, the sector, which is responsible for around 20 percent of national carbon emissions, is to cut its greenhouse gases by 35 percent. Decarbonization roadmaps for 19 industries, which the sectors had to submit by the end of December 2022, were supposed to help achieve this. However, only four of them complied: chemicals, mining and metallurgy, cement, and the paper and cardboard industry.

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