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Environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius tells ENDS about his efforts to keep the European Green Deal on track as the EU grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
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The EU’s first climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard talks to ENDS about her return to the Brussels bubble, why COP15 was not the failure many think it was and why the EU should hurry up and agree on a 55% emissions cut.
Pekka Pesonen, head of the EU’s powerful agriculture lobby group COPA-COGECA, talks to ENDS about the Common Agricultural Policy, Brexit and the prospect of Biden in the White House.
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