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The EU has just unveiled a plan called "Fit for 55" which details how to to implement legally-binding targets to reduce net EU emissions by 55% by 2030. This entails increasing renewables on the grid and a strong drive for energy efficiency, particularly in older buildings.

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Matt Chester on Jul 15, 2021

A lot of rightful excitement about the Fit for 55 program. Combine that with the Democrats in the U.S. legislature making some serious headway on taxes for imports coming from the heaviest carbon emitters, and it gives us as least a whiff of that leadership we've been starving for on climate on the international level

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