Does more EU democracy mean better climate laws?

MEPs are pushing for transnational seats in the European Parliament in a bid to develop the elusive ‘European public sphere’. Could it shine a light on Europe’s shared environmental challenges?

by Claudia Delpero
MEPs voting in a plenary session this week. The European Parliament is calling for a transnational list of candidates for the next election. Photo: Mathieu Cugnot / EP
MEPs voting in a plenary session this week. The European Parliament is calling for a transnational list of candidates for the next election. Photo: Mathieu Cugnot / EP

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