US, China, others avoid signing COP26 ZEV declaration

Policy & Regulation

The COP26 ZEV declaration asks signatories to allow sale of only zero-emission cars and vans globally by 2040, and by no later than 2035 in leading markets

Even as several countries have committed to phasing out the sale of petrol- and diesel-powered cars and vans by 2040, large developed markets such as the USA, China, Germany, Japan, France, Italy, among many others have stayed from signing the COP26 ZEV declaration, the UK Government policy paper published on 10 November said.

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