German Official Says All New Cars Sold Should Be Emissions Free by 2030

By Jon LeSage A government official says that all new cars sold in Germany need to be emissions free by 2030 to help meet pollution reduction goals.
Deputy economy minister Rainer Baake says that Germany’s pledge to cut carbon dioxide output by 80 percent to 95 percent by 2050 won’t be met unless pollution emanating from vehicles is radically reduced. Since cars on German roads typically have a 20-year lifespan, registrations of new diesel and gasoline cars needs to be cut over the next 15 years, Baake said while speaking at a Tagesspiegel newspaper climate forum in Berlin.
“Fact is there’s been no reduction at

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