Environment top source of infringement cases, commission says

The European Commission last year opened the most number of legal cases against member states for breaking environmental rules than for any other EU policy area, according to official figures.

by Simon Pickstone
The towers of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg. Dozens of rulings related to EU environmental policy have not been respected by member states. Image: Laurent Verdier / Pixabay
The towers of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg. Dozens of rulings related to EU environmental policy have not been respected by member states. Image: Laurent Verdier / Pixabay

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