Poland isolated as government leaders back net-zero goal

The prospect of financial support and a recognition of their plans to rely on nuclear power appears to have persuaded Hungary and Czechia to agree the EU should become climate neutral by 2050 in late night talks between government leaders on Thursday, leaving only the right-wing government of Europe's most coal-dependent nation out in the cold.

by Robert Hodgson
Sanna Marin: We have done everything in our power to reach agreement (Copyright: European Union)
Sanna Marin: We have done everything in our power to reach agreement (Copyright: European Union)

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