Without biofuels, 2030 climate targets remain an illusion
A glance at the various election programs offers little hope for the time being when it comes to sufficiently reducing CO2-emissions. Despite all the good intentions, the climate objectives remain far out of sight. Not for nothing did European government leaders make stricter agreements at the end of last year: emissions must be reduced by 55 percent in 2030 compared to 1990. The greatest gains can be made in the mobility sector, which is the only sector in Europe where emissions have risen since that base year. Clear policies on the use of renewable fuels are crucial for this.