European Union agrees to slash CO2 'at least 40 per cent' by 2030

Jessica Shankleman
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Deal struck in the early hours of this morning includes binding 27 per cent target for renewable energy and voluntary energy savings goal

European leaders agreed a deal to cut carbon emissions by at least 40 per cent by 2030 in the early hours of this morning, in a move that looks likely to boost investment in the green economy and could...

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