President Iohannis at UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow: Romania has one of the lowest rates of greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU

Romania has one of the “lowest” rates of greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the European Union, stated, on Tuesday, in Glasgow, President Klaus Iohannis, who added that Romania is committing to increasing, in the future, the percentage of electrical energy coming from renewable sources. If you want to read...

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