The EU’s Greenhouse Gas emission challenges
Fossil fuels have to be subsidized by renewable sources of energy, not to generate greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). The EU has a real commitment to struggling against greenhouse gas emissions. At first all over the world, implemented emission market, which values the price of emission and their mitigation effects.
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