After the green rush: What the EU elections could spell for green business

Michael Holder
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The European Parliament will have a bigger cohort of green MEPs for the next five years
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The European Parliament will have a bigger cohort of green MEPs for the next five years

Climate and environment were top EU election issues prompting a 'green wave' of MEPs, but how might this translate into policy action?

Last week's election may have left the EU Parliament in its most fragmented state in decades, but it also sent a clear message that EU voters want more action taken on climate change. Green MEPs won...

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