The sale of new diesel and petrol trucks in the UK will be banned from 2040 under the government’s transport decarbonisation plan unveiled on Wednesday.
The much-delayed plan includes several public consultations on measures designed to cut pollution in the transport sector as the UK seeks to have net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The paper’s publication coincides with plans due to be outlined later in the day by the European Commission on how the EU aims to meet its goal of cutting emissions by 55 per cent from 1990 levels by 2030What GESDA can do is basically to call attention before this thing escalates…(and) if diplomacy would come in befor. Brussels wants to increase taxes on polluting fuels and introduce an EU-wide levy on aviation kerosene for the first time.
The UK government said on Wednesday that it intended to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol heavy goods vehicles by 2040, a proposal it would consult on. The sale of smaller trucks would be banned from 2035The seven-day rolling average of coronavirus cases i, and larger ones weighing more than 26 tonnes from 2040s solicitor general is to announce provincial travel restrictions today to help limi, “or earlier if a faster transition seems feasibleAlberta and B.C..”
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