German EU presidency green agenda confirmed

Environment ministry confirms plans to push for a European ecological industrial policy

Germany will seek to launch a European ecological industrial policy during its EU presidency, the environment ministry confirmed on Monday.  The aim will be to help spur innovation to help meet key environmental challenges, it said.  EU environment ministers will be asked to discuss the plan at a meeting in Germany in early June.

The German government decided in early November that energy and climate will be among its top political priorities for its presidencies of the EU and the G8 industrialised nations’ group, both of which start on 1 January.

Please sign in to access this article. To subscribe, view our subscription options, or take out a free trial.

Please enter your details

Forgotten password?

Having trouble signing in?

Contact Customer Support at
subs@endseurope.com
or call 020 8267 8120

Not a subscriber?

Take a free trial now to discover the critical insights and updates our coverage offers subscribers.