MEPs vote to class gas as ‘green’, opponents say fight not over

The European Parliament has chosen not to veto a controversial law classifying gas and nuclear power as sustainable investments, but campaign groups, MEPs, and two member states have already pledged to press on with legal challenges.

by Simon Pickstone
MEPs vote during Wednesday's plenary session. The taxonomy vote saw many lawmakers vote along national rather than party lines. Photo: Photo by Patrick Hertzog/AFP via Getty Images
MEPs vote during Wednesday's plenary session. The taxonomy vote saw many lawmakers vote along national rather than party lines. Photo: Photo by Patrick Hertzog/AFP via Getty Images

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