Paris bans old diesels to tackle pollution

Paris on Monday banned all diesel vehicles aged 13 years or over from the city centre, the latest move in a campaign to tackle pollution on the city's streets.

Diesel vehicles over 18 years old and petrol vehicles over 21 years old are already banned in Paris—a measure that was extended Monday to a new "low-emissions" belt surrounding the city.


The latest move by Paris to ban older diesel engines is another example why it is so critical for companies to take a proactive approach to lower their carbon emissions proactively.




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