Environmentalists accused the European parliament of siding with industrial vested interests and abandoning the environment following the assembly's second reading vote on two EU f-gas laws on Wednesday (EED 26/10/05).
"By voting against further restrictions on f-gases, MEPs have prioritised the interest of the chemicals industry", said Caroline Lucas of the parliament's Green faction. "This is a bad day for the EU and the fight against climate change".
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