Večers urges Slovenia to do its bit to tackle climate change

Maribor, 25 January - Večer breaths a sigh of relief in Thursday's commentary in the face of a Center for Clean Air and Energy Research (Crea) finding that 2023 brought the steepest annual the drop in carbon dioxide emissions in the EU since the pandemic year of 2020. It is at same time worried about Slovenia lagging behind in the green transition.

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