This week, the UK announced that sale of gasoline and diesel cars will be banned by 2035. This new policy moves the date up by five years, and also includes hybrid vehicles. From 2035 on, only electric or hydrogen-powered cars will be sold. (From the BBC.)
The Rocky Mountain Institute, in a blog post about the new policy, included this statement:
The UK is joined by dozens of other countries and cities around the world that have set similar goals to ban the internal combustion engine (ICE) cars between 2025 and 2050. These regions all recognize there is virtually no way to achieve meaningful carbon reductions in transportation without a major contribution from the light duty vehicle sector.
They did not provide any details. Which countries, regions, and cities have set a target date to ban the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles? What are the specifics of the plan?