Concerned citizens push EU leaders ahead of fateful climate summit

Several countries accept targets of climate-neutrality in 2050, rendering decision more likely at EU summit.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/AFP/Patrik Stollarz

When the EU's heads of state and government meet in Brussels on Thursday to make a major climate decision, they will be quite conscious of results of the latest EU Parliament election and other elections around Europe.

Parties advocating speeding up climate change mitigation efforts have won seats, putting pressure on EU countries' leaders.

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