EU lawmakers strike compromise on green finance taxonomy

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Lawmakers have agreed the first stage in creating a standardised labelling system for 'green finance' in the EU | Credit: Danielrao
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Lawmakers have agreed the first stage in creating a standardised labelling system for 'green finance' in the EU | Credit: Danielrao

MEPs and Finnish presidency of the EU Council agree a compromise on taxonomy regulation, ending tussle over whether nuclear can qualify as 'green'

The EU Parliament has drawn a line under a toxic row over whether nuclear energy could be considered 'green', after agreeing a compromise last night in talks over the EU's sustainable finance taxonomy....

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