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By 2030, regulated cuts in F-gas emissions by two thirds compared to 2014 levels.

20% of 2014-2020 EU budget is dedicated to climate mitigation and adaptation.

Proposed emissions reductions targets for member states in non-EU ETS sectors (including transport, buildings, agriculture and waste management).

Proposed update in 2020 to the energy efficiency target that by 2030, there will be 30% savings.

Endorsed 2030 indicative energy savings target of 27% by 2030.

By 2020, achieve energy savings of at least 20%.

By 2030, binding target of at least 27% renewable energy in the EU.

Mandates renewable energy targets towards the total EU target for renewable energy for individual member states to achieve 2020 target.

By 2020, increase share of renewable energy in energy consumption to a minimum of 20%.

Suggested target by 2030 for 15% electricity interconnection between EU countries.

By 2020, target of 10% electricity interconnection.

EUR 6.4 billion for investment between 2014-2020 for low-carbon mobility projects.

EUR 39 billion to support the move towards low-emission mobility, of which EUR 12 billion for low-carbon and sustainable urban mobility

Proposed by 2030, progressive increase in the share of renewable energy used in transport fuels

Aim by 2020, that all emissions from vans be 147 gCO2/km. This represents a 19% reduction compared to the 2012 van fleet average.

By 2017, mandated that new vans do not emit more than 175gCO2/km. This represents a 3% reduction compared to 2012 van fleet average of 180.2gCO2/km.

By 2021, mandated that all emissions from new cars to be an average of 95 gCO2/km. This represents reductions of 40% compared to 2007 fleet average of 158.7gCO2/km. To be phased in from 2020.

Suggested by the European Commission in July 2016 that by 2050, to reduce GHG emissions from the transportation section by 60% below 1990 levels.

Proposed by the European Commission that from 2021, lower the emission cap by 2.2% per year.

Until 2020,allowances for the aviation sector of 210,465,788 allowances each year.

2013 cap for emissions from fixed installations is set at 2,084,301,856 allowances. Between 2013-2020, this cap decreases each year by 1.74%, amounting to a reduction of 38,264,246 allowances each year.

By 2020, reduce GHG emissions by at least 20%.

By 2050, 80-95% reduction in GHG emissions compared to 1990 levels.

By 2030, at least 40% reduction in GHG emissions compared to 1990 levels covering 100% of GHG eimissions, to be fulfilled jointly between EU countries.