Promoting green growth will be a priority for the Danish government during its six-month presidency of the EU, it said on Friday. But other environmental issues, including rules on genetically modified (GM) crops, will also be tackled.
The green-growth agenda will include efforts to reach a common position on the energy efficiency directive and low-carbon roadmap, both of which have divided member states, and replacement of the EU’s 6th Environmental Action Programme (6EAP).
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