Taiwan confirmed its carbon emission goal with the Cabinet on September 17 backing the Environmental Protection Administration’s (EPA) proposed Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) plan to reduce the nation’s carbon emissions, The China Post has reported.
According to the news report, the 2030 target is set at 214 million tons, twenty percent lower than emissions levels in 2005, which is expected to help Taiwan’s total emissions in 2050 to half that of 2005.
Source: The China Post
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