‘Green light to pollute’: Governments seek temporary opt-outs from tighter EU air pollution limits

EU diplomats have agreed that governments should in some cases be able to postpone meeting new pollution limits under the Ambient Air Quality Directive (AAQD) by ten years to 2040, sparking outrage among environmental campaigners.

by Robert Hodgson

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