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Frans Timmermans announced a flurry of new Green Deal strategies this week | Credit: Lukasz Kobus / EU Commission

European Commission unveils flurry of major policy plans as it seeks to help deliver on 2050 net zero goal, but green groups warn bolder action is still required

As nations head into a higher state of lockdown in response to rising Covid-19 infection rates, and the UK and EU head into yet another round of talks over a potential Brexit deal, the European Commission...

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