EU states give up on 2050 climate neutrality targets

Instead of determining a common climate neutrality goal, EU member states refer to the UN's Paris Accord.

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EU heads of state and government are unable to agree on a binding agreement between all member states on climate neutrality in 2050, though an overwhelming majority of states wanted just that.

This marks the second time in three months that climate target ambitions are shot down in the meeting room of the 28 heads of state and government.

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