Interview: Is Europe's centre-right embracing environmental politics?

The European People's Party, the largest group in the European Parliament, is set to play a decisive role in determining the direction of EU environment policy in the coming months and years. The EPP has a reputation, particularly among Greens and environmental groups, for being pro-industry at the expense of ambition in areas such as climate action. ENDS Europe speaks this week to the group's long time environment policy coordinator Peter Liese, who argues the two are not incompatible.

by Robert Hodgson
Liese: 'Now I feel really mainstream'
Liese: 'Now I feel really mainstream'

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