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National climate plans are insufficiently detailed, putting 2030 climate targets at risk (Photo: Andreas Janke)

'Vague' national plans threaten EU's 2030 climate targets

"Vague and inconsistent" national climate plans that over-rely on green hydrogen, biofuels and underground storage of carbon emissions endanger the EU's 2030 climate commitments, experts at the European Climate Neutrality Observatory (ECNO) have warned.

In a report published on Wednesday (31 January), researchers gathered data from member states to develop a "snapshot" of the clarity and internal consisten...

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Wester is a journalist from the Netherlands with a focus on the green economy. He joined EUobserver in September 2021. Previously he was editor-in-chief of Vice, Motherboard, a science-based website, and climate economy journalist for The Correspondent.

National climate plans are insufficiently detailed, putting 2030 climate targets at risk (Photo: Andreas Janke)

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Wester is a journalist from the Netherlands with a focus on the green economy. He joined EUobserver in September 2021. Previously he was editor-in-chief of Vice, Motherboard, a science-based website, and climate economy journalist for The Correspondent.

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