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EU's 2030 climate target talks now start in earnest

This autumn sets the stage for a particularly important climate struggle as the EU tries to reach an agreement on the scope of its carbon emissions reduction for 2030. Disagreement abounds, and regardless of the talks' outcome, the question remains if these measures will be sufficient.

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The positions are drawn in the sand, and now the EU's struggle will soon start for finding an accord on the bloc's 2030 climate targets.

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