Draft National Energy and Climate Plans reveal the EU countries planning to stick with coal power beyond 2030
Brexit has frozen UK participation in the ETS – we estimate that the UK government will forgo at least €1.3 billion in auction revenue this year
Hard coal emissions fell by 9% in 2018, down 40% since 2012.
Lignite emissions fell only 3% in 2018, and are now higher than hard coal emissions.
Existing policies put Europe on track for emission cuts of at least 50% by 2030
There are many questions to be answered to pass the ‘Bridge of Death’ and avoid the ‘Gorge of Eternal Climate Peril’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit