European Union Solidifies Global Leadership with Climate Plan

The European Union (EU) recently stated its goal of banning the sale of new vehicles powered by an internal combustion engine by 2035, part of a larger plan to combat climate change. (Volvo)

The European Union (EU) announced sweeping new plans to address the effects of climate change, outlining new goals that could affect almost every sector of its economy—most starkly in its automotive sector. Among the most dramatic is its goal of banning the sale of vehicles equipped with an internal combustion engine by 2035.

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