Greenhouse gas emissions from the European Union's energy supply sector fell roughly 40 percent between 2005 and 2022, to an estimated 902 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCO₂e). It is projected that with additional national policies and measures, EU energy supply emissions in 2030 could drop to roughly 500 MtCO₂e. Emissions from the transportation sector, which is the second-largest source of EU emissions, are projected to drop to 639 MtCO₂e with additional measures. The EU has a net GHG emissions reduction target of 55 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.
Greenhouse gas emission progress in the European Union (EU-27) from 2005 to 2022, with projections for 2030, by sector (in million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent)
CO₂ emissions from road transportation in the EU 1990-2021, by transport mode
Transportation-related GHG emissions in the EU-27 1990-2021, by selected country
Carbon intensity reduction targets for shipping in the European Union 2025-2050
Transportation sector CO₂ emissions in the European Union 2022, by country