Gasoline and Diesel cars ban in Europe by 2040

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European broad ban on diesel and gasoline-powered cars by 2040 to reduce climate change.
During the meeting with the European environment ministers in Luxembourg Denmark proposed.
EU decided to reduce carbon emissions in the bloc by 40 percent by 2030 during its execution and to zero by 2050 to help to stop global warming.
Danish Climate and Energy Minister Dan Jorgensen told Reuters after the meeting that the ban of gasoline and diesel car will undoubtedly put pressure on the commission to propose a phase-out of fossil fuel-powered vehicles in the upcoming two decades.
In October 2018, Denmark made headlines when its government announced that it would ban the sale of fossil fuel-powered cars by 2030, but it later throws away the idea because this would have to make a wall in European rules.
If Europe would not agree on the union-wide ban, then it would be beneficial if the individual countries were allowed to implement such rules, it was said by Jorgensen.
Bt the priority was to make make it a European ban.
The first step was to communicate the bloc’s long term policy directions to carmakers so that they stop making diesel and gasoline-powered cars and then Denmark’s next step is to create an alliance of members that supports this proposal. So that the rest of the people will support the plan.
It also expected to ban the Internal Combustion Engine vehicle soon.

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