S. Korea to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 pct by 2030
(MENAFN) On Monday, Oct. 18 South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in stated that the nation will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent from the 2018 level by 2030.
Moon conveyed the statement in a conference on carbon neutrality, noting that the boosted 2030 nationally determined contribution (NDC) shows the South Korean strong determination towards carbon neutrality.
The 2030 objective of decreasing greenhouse gas emissions was steeply higher from the prior 26.3 percent.
Moon affirmed the objective of accomplishing carbon neutrality by 2050, stating that South Korea, as a responsible member of the international society, will contribute to the world efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reach carbon neutrality.
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