BMW, Daimler sued for refusing to tighten carbon emissions targets
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BERLIN (Reuters) – The heads of a German environmental NGO have sued automakers BMW and Daimler (OTC:) for refusing to tighten their carbon emissions targets and quit fossil fuel-emitting automobiles by 2030, Handelsblatt newspaper reported on Tuesday.
The NGO, Deutsche Umwelthilfe, confirmed to Reuters that the lawsuits had been filed on Monday night.
In letters to the corporations in early September, the businesses got till September 20 to conform to the NGO’s calls for, which additionally included limiting manufacturing of inside combustion engine (ICE (NYSE:)) automobiles forward of 2030.
Neither of the businesses has up to now set an finish date for ICE automobile manufacturing.
BMW and Daimler confirmed to Reuters on Monday that that they had not accepted the NGO’s calls for.
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