Germany’s Council presidency disappoints on climate and farming

Environmentalists have given the German government a mixed scorecard for its performance as president of the EU Council, saying progress on biodiversity and a greener long-term budget was undermined by a lack of ambition on climate change and farming subsidies.

by Simon Pickstone

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