NGOs name and shame countries on effort sharing

More than half of EU governments want to stick with or weaken the European Commission’s draft Effort Sharing Regulation on climate change, groups warn

More than half of EU governments want to stick with or weaken the European Commission’s “inadequate” draft Effort Sharing Regulation on climate change, according to environmental groups.

Transport & Environment and Carbon Market Watch released their “EU climate leaderboard” on Tuesday, saying they wanted EU citizens to be able to hold their governments to account.

The leaderboard rates all countries except the current EU presidency Malta, based on their known positions on the ESR. It rates 17 countries’ positions as poor or very poor and only three as moderate or good.

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