The Spanish government has announced a plan to reduce its CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2030.
This comes in the wake of the CO2 emission cuts announced by the European Union.
The Spanish government also plans to phase out coal plants and other power plants by 2030, and to invest in renewable energy and electrification.
But the Spanish government says the move is necessary to tackle the country’s CO2 problem.
The plan has caused a great deal of concern in Spain, with the government saying that CO2 is the most important issue to the Spanish people.
And the plan has also sparked some debate, with many politicians accusing the government of having a “coal policy.”
But the plan is not new.
In February, the European Commission proposed to phase down its carbon emissions by 80 percent by 2035, and a similar plan was put forward in 2015.
Spain has also announced a new plan for 2030.