EU Budget delivers 'mixed news' for green economy

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Connie Hedegaard hails commitment to focus 20 per cent of spending on climate, but campaigners warn lack of reforms may undermine Brussels' green efforts

The new EU Budget will dedicate 20 per cent of spending to climate-related activities, raising the prospect of increased investment in emission reduction and climate adaptation programmes across the continent....

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