‘No new coal,’ UN chief tells EU – POLITICO
Nov 19, 2020· The EU, the world’s self-proclaimed climate leader, got an earful Thursday from U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres. He called on the EU to drop coal for good and urgently raise its 2030 emissions reduction goal. “There must be no new coal, and all existing coal inHungary Phase-out 2020: monitoring Italy Netherlands,,Hungary’s domestic production of oil and natural gas is low and falling (OECD, 2016; IEA, 2017). Given low domestic production, trade imports are important to Hungary’s fossil fuel production and consumption. In 2015, imports totalled 6.5 million tonnes of oil, 6.8 billion cubic metres of natural gas and 1.6 million tonnes of coal (IEA, 2017).Did Austria-Hungary produced more coal and steel than,,Sep 21, 2019· And since we are on the subject, why did Russia had a much bigger industry than Austria's? From what i have read, Austria-Hungary outproduced russia in coal production, in industrial machinery production, in electric home appliances, in the density of its railway network, in the percentage of the urban population, etc.