Mike Mish Shedlock
EU ministers agreed to binding cuts in CO2 emissions of 35% by 2030. The German auto industry won’t be able to deliver.
The Telegraph reports Berlin court orders German capital to ban most diesel vehicles on 11 major roads to counter pollution.
Hamburg was first in May. Stuttgart, home of Mercedes and Porsche, was second in July.
A diesel ban in Frankfurt came third.
Only older cars that do not meet emission standards are banned, but diesel is now toxic. No one wants to buy diesel.