EU: CO2 pollution from vehicles should be reduced 30 percent

The limit for carbon emissions from new cars should be reduced by 30 percent in 2030, according to a new proposal from the EU Commission.

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From the year 2030, cars sold within the EU should emit far less greenhouse gases then they do today, according to a new proposal from the EU Commission, presented at a press conference Wednesday in Brussels.

For new cars and vans, the CO2 emissions should be 30 percent below the target that was set for 2021, reads the proposal.

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