Moscow Accelerates Efforts to Reach Net Zero

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Russia is taking steps to achieve carbon neutrality earlier than its 2060 target, as confirmed recently by President Vladimir Putin. Following the 2050 low-carbon development strategy recently adopted by Russia, Moscow has approved a 2035 transportation strategy, proposing to limit personal vehicles in favor of public transportation in a bid to cut emissions and soften the negative impact on the environment.

Mobility, Carbon Markets , Low-Carbon Policy
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