French government proposes to eliminate 2050 CO2 emissions targets

If the bill is adopted, France would, among other things: (1) Drop its 2050 goal of lowering greenhouse gas emissions to a quarter of 1990 levels, in favor of a target of carbon neutrality by 2050; (2) Postpone a goal to reduce the share of nuclear power from 75% today to 50%, from 2025 to 2035; and (3) Walk back a commitment to reduce national energy consumption.

Source: Web | France tables 2050 carbon-neutral lawPDF