Dutch government wants all new cars to be emissions-free by 2030 – Ars Technica

On Tuesday, the fractured Dutch government announced a coalition of several leading parties and put forward a roadmap for the Netherlands’ future. Besides reaffirming country’s support of the EU and offering tax and immigration plans, the coalition said that it wanted all new cars to be zero-emissions vehicles by 2030. The coalition also called for more aggressive emissions goals in general—specifically, a 49 percent reduction in the country’s COemissions compared to 1990 levels by 2030, according to EU Observer.


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