Slovenian MEPs split on 60% CO2 emissions cut
Brussels, 7 October - Slovenia's MEPs have differing views on the European Parliament's somewhat surprising support to the goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 by 60% compared to 1990. European People's Party (EPP) MEPs think this will be detrimental for the economy, whereas the members of the S&D and Renew groups welcome the ambitious target.
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