EU plans trading system for CO2 reduction

The European Union wants to capture five million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere every year from 2030 at the latest. In addition, an EU-wide system for certifying carbon capture is to be introduced. That’s according to a new draft text obtained by the Reuters news agency.

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