Carbon emissions will be reduced if use of petrol, diesel and heavy fuel oil is discontinued

In a joint statement issued by Alternattiva Demokratika and the Partit Demokratiku, it is stated it was positive of the Prime Minister to admit that measures should be taken to enable a more just society and an economy without the use of carbon to improve the quality of life of the community.

Alternattiva spokespersons Dr Ralph Cassar and Samuel Muscat said the country will be able to reduce carbon emissions if the use of petrol, diesel and heavy fuel oil is discontinued, together with a serious plan for the upgrading of the distribution of electricity and the increase of electric energy from renewable sources.

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