Interview: Climate law rapporteur Jytte Guteland on the need to keep up ambition on emissions cuts despite Covid-19

Swedish MEP Jytte Guteland is the S&D group's coordinator for the ENVI committee, the lead committee for the EU’s proposed climate law, as well as the committee’s rapporteur for the file. In an interview with ENDS, she explains her ambition to maintain the pace for the file despite the challenges caused by the ongoing pandemic.

by Christian Ernhede
S&D lawmaker Jytte Guteland has proposed substantially more ambitious cuts than the European Commission to the EU's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Image: Genevieve Engel / European Parliament
S&D lawmaker Jytte Guteland has proposed substantially more ambitious cuts than the European Commission to the EU's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Image: Genevieve Engel / European Parliament

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