Just Transition Fund ‘risks rewarding climate laggards’

Two-thirds of the cash from a flagship multi-billion euro fund to help Europe's green transition is being allocated to member states that expect to have coal power running in 2030, according to campaigners.

by Gareth Simkins
Poland: one of a group of member states that will continue to have coal power running in 2030 (Photo by Omar Marques/Getty Images)
Poland: one of a group of member states that will continue to have coal power running in 2030 (Photo by Omar Marques/Getty Images)

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