After his U-turn on climate policy, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has rejected accusations that he is slowing down the fight against climate change. The government will continue to meet Britain’s climate targets, which are more ambitious than those of most other industrialized countries, the Conservative leader told the BBC on Wednesday. “We have consistently delivered more,” Sunak said. However, the planned changes are in the interest of the population.
On Wednesday, Sunak surprisingly announced numerous measures that, according to experts, would weaken Britain’s current climate policy. The end of new cars with combustion engines is to be postponed from 2030 to 2035. For existing gas and oil heating systems, there should no longer be a deadline for switching to heat pumps.
Critics warned that the move would jeopardize investments the economy had already made in switching to e-mobility.
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