Energy and transport reforms essential for carbon neutrality
Ljubljana, 27 March - Energy and transport will be key factors for Slovenia's carbon neutrality, which is sought by 2050, show the results of a study on reducing the ecological footprint. The report, presented at the Environment Ministry on Wednesday, indicates the country could reduce the footprint by up to 12.6%.
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