Renewable energy deal leaves fate of forests in hands of member states

The early morning deal on revising the Renewable Energy Directive gives member states significant freedom to chart their own course towards meeting EU-wide clean energy goals, with green groups warning it could come at the expense of Europe’s forests.

by Simon Pickstone

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