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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 21.09.2020, 21:31

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Estonia seeking to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 38% by 2035

Estonia seeking to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 38% by 2035

21.09.2020

Estonia wishes to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 23 to 38% by 2035, while the end consumption of energy by transport would not increase and the share of renewable energy in it would be at least 22.7%, it appears from the initial version of the country's new transport and mobility development plan for 2021-2035, cites LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Ecology, Estonia, Good for Business, Markets and Companies, Transport



World Cleanup Day to start under Estonia's leadership on Sept 19

World Cleanup Day to start under Estonia's leadership on Sept 19

18.09.2020

At midnight Estonian time on the night between Friday, Sept. 18, and Saturday, Sept. 19, the Fiji Islands in the Pacific Ocean will kick off this year's global World Cleanup Day, initiated by Estonians, writes LETA/BNS.

EU Commission presents 2030 climate plan for greener EU

EU Commission presents 2030 climate plan for greener EU

17.09.2020

The European Commission on Thursday September 17th presented its new climate plan for 2030, including a tougher target to cut emissions to 55% of their 1990 levels, informs LETA/DPA.


Survey: 58% of Estonians supporting continuation of fur farming

Survey: 58% of Estonians supporting continuation of fur farming

15.09.2020

Over half of respondents to a survey commissioned by the Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce and carried out by pollster AS Emor said that the rearing of animals farmed for their fur should remain permitted in Estonia on the condition that it adheres to all requirements ensuring animal welfare, reported LETA/BNS.

Lithuanians take little interest in financial incentive for electric car purchases

Lithuanians take little interest in financial incentive for electric car purchases

15.09.2020

– Private individuals in Lithuania are not very active in applying for reimbursement of part of electric car purchase costs, with only one-seventh of the scheme's total funds paid out in five months, LRT Radio reported on Tuesday, referred LETA/BNS.


14.09.2020

Ignitis Group to develop offshore wind farms with global energy leader Ocean Winds

Ignitis Group started the search for a strategic partner for the development of offshore wind farm projects in Q1 2019. After initiating a search, the group established a dialogue with European wind energy leaders and received initial interest from more than 10 potential partners, and 7 participants submitted official Expressions of Interest (EOIs).

14.09.2020

Estonia: 2nd round of applications for electric vehicle subsidy to open in October

The Estonian Ministry of the Environment is to open in October a second round of applications for the support arrangement for the purchase of electric vehicles, the budget of which in total is 400,000 euros and the amount to be disbursed per vehicle is 5,000 euros, informed LETA/BNS.

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