Commission warned pursuit of consensus could sink green deal

The European Commission is jeopardising its green deal pledges by trying to satisfy the demands of all governments over sustainable investment criteria, and could even be acting unlawfully, Green MEP Bas Eickhout said on Wednesday.

by Robert Hodgson
Green MEP Bas Eickhout: “This has nothing to do any more with a scientific analysis: this has become a political game in getting member states on board.” Photo: Eric Vidal / EP
Green MEP Bas Eickhout: “This has nothing to do any more with a scientific analysis: this has become a political game in getting member states on board.” Photo: Eric Vidal / EP

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