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European carmakers gear up to go electric | Money Talks

The European Parliament has voted to back tougher carbon dioxide emission standards for cars, despite strong opposition from the auto industry. Members voted to lower emissions by 20% by 2025, and 40% by 2030. But Europe's carmakers already know they must move away from petrol and diesel - and they're betting heavily on electric cars. Elena Casas reports from the Paris Motor Show. Jack Parrock joins us for more on the story. #ElectricCars #Automotive #EU

Climate change among key concerns for Australian voters | Money Talks

Climate change among key concerns for Australian voters | Money Talks

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

EU agrees to cut car emissions by 35% by 2030 | Money Talks

Air Pollution: Toxic Politics

Air Pollution: Toxic Politics

ILA 2018 air show takes off in Berlin| Money Talks

ILA 2018 air show takes off in Berlin| Money Talks

Omicron: Is It Too Early to Panic?

Omicron: Is It Too Early to Panic?

Libya Prepares for First Presidential Vote

Libya Prepares for First Presidential Vote

Russia-Ukraine Confrontation: Is the Cold War Heating Up Again?

Russia-Ukraine Confrontation: Is the Cold War Heating Up Again?

Can Talks in Vienna Salvage the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Can Talks in Vienna Salvage the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Omicron Variant: How Worried Should the World Be?

Omicron Variant: How Worried Should the World Be?

Channel Tragedy: Asylum Seekers Risking It All to Reach the UK

Channel Tragedy: Asylum Seekers Risking It All to Reach the UK

What Will It Take to Defeat Somalia's Al Shabab?

What Will It Take to Defeat Somalia's Al Shabab?

Can Turkey-UAE Relationship Revitalise the Region?

Can Turkey-UAE Relationship Revitalise the Region?

Is the US Justice System Unjust?

Is the US Justice System Unjust?

The Bloc v Belarus

The Bloc v Belarus

Migrant Crisis: Is the EU Violating Its Allegiance to Uphold Human Rights?

Migrant Crisis: Is the EU Violating Its Allegiance to Uphold Human Rights?

Sudan: Violence Escalates as Security Forces Shoot Down Anti-Coup Protesters

Sudan: Violence Escalates as Security Forces Shoot Down Anti-Coup Protesters

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