EU executive seeks to prepare for climate change and geopolitical shifts

The European Commission has recognised the huge economic and geopolitical impact that climate change and environmental destruction will have on the EU, while mooting space mining as a solution to possible shortages of critical raw materials.

by Robert Hodgson
Sefcovic: “What is a very concerning fact proved by science is that our planet is warming much faster than we expected.” Photo: Jennifer Jacquemart / EC - Audiovisual service
Sefcovic: “What is a very concerning fact proved by science is that our planet is warming much faster than we expected.” Photo: Jennifer Jacquemart / EC - Audiovisual service

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