Lithuania will need to spend 14 billion euros over ten years to meet its climate change commitments, President Gitanas Nauseda said on December 11. The EU aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at least by 40 per cent by 2030. The individual target set for Lithuania is to cut these emissions by 9 per cent. The main challenges Lithuania faces in meeting these commitments come from an increase in areas of arable land in the country and its old vehicle fleet.
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