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  • Emissions reduction strategies for the transport sector in Hungary

    Hungary has to reduce its non-ETS greenhouse gas emissions by 7% in 2030, and transport is one of the highest emitters within these non-ETS sectors. As a result, and also to comply with the EU's long-term decarbonisation goals and the Paris agreement, Hungary must take urgent and robust action to reduce the emissions in transport. In this report for the European Climate Initiative (EUKI), T&E analyses and proposes a series of key actions that Hungary should undertake to decarbonise transport.

    T&E has analysed the political environment in Hungary, the historical climate performance of the country, and the measures taken so far. The actions proposed by T&E include EU measures, national policies and local initiatives that, together, will put Hungary on track to achieve its climate goals.