Gabriel Attal announces a 5.8% drop in greenhouse gas emissions in France in 2023 – LINFO.re

Gabriel Attal announces a 5.8% drop in greenhouse gas emissions in France in 2023 – LINFO.re
Gabriel Attal announces a 5.8% drop in greenhouse gas emissions in France in 2023 – LINFO.re

Despite this decline, this reduction is still far from the objectives set by Paris to reduce its emissions by 50% (-55% net) by 2030.

The final figures

After a decline of 2.7% over the whole of 2022, France once again recorded a drop in its greenhouse gas emissions. The Prime Minister Gabriel Attal announced the news at a meeting in Mayenne for the European elections. The head of government in fact reported the figures provided by Citepa, the organization which establishes each year a national inventory of carbon emissions. greenhouse gas and air pollutants. “We have had (…) the final figures for CO2 emissions in 2023. They have actually fallen in France by 5.8%”he rejoiced.

The objectives set by Paris

This decline follows a decline of 2.7% over the whole of 2022. During its first assessments based on preliminary data, Citepa in March expected a decline of 4.8% in 2023. “We have no lessons to learn from anyone in terms of ecological and environmental efficiency”added Gabriel Attal. However, this reduction is well below the objectives set by Paris. According to -France wishes to reduce its broadcasts by 50% (-55% net) by 2030. The goal is to comply with the commitments of the European Union climate plan and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

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