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The EU reaches an agreement to end the sale of diesel and gasoline cars by 2035
European Union member states reached an agreement today on a series of measures they hope will put the bloc on track to become carbon neutral by 2050.
It took about 17 hours for environmental ministers gathered in Luxembourg to reach compromises on five laws that are part of the bloc's Fit for 55 package, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990s.
Environment ministers from the 27 EU member states approved the completion of the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles from 2035 in Europe, marking a major victory in the EU's effort to reduce CO2 emissions to zero to in 2050.
The proposal was raised in July 2021 and this decision will mean a de facto ban on sales of petrol and diesel vehicles and a complete relocation to electric motors in the European Union by 2035.
Vehicles produce a quarter of the emissions that warm the planet in Europe, and the greenhouse gases produced by the sector have increased in recent years, threatening efforts to avert dangerous levels of climate change.