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Germany's climate advisory body has issued a call for immediate policy measures to address the country's escalating greenhouse gas emissions, cautioning that it is on track to miss its 2030 climate change targets In a report released on Monday, the Council of Experts on Climate Change, an independent body appointed by the government, emphasized that Germany is unlikely to achieve its goal of reducing emissions by 65% by the end of the decade compared to 1990 levels

The council highlighted sectors such as transport and construction as particularly problematic in terms of decarbonization efforts


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