EU's climate legislation is running out of time

European Union climate policy negotiations are not really moving forward. A compromise regarding the carbon reduction target seems tough to strike and puts pressure on the EU Commission, which is supposed to present a series of legislative proposals this summer to help achieve the goal.

EU Commissions Vice President Frans Tiimmermans presented the climate legislation in March of 2020. | Photo: Johanna Geron/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix


A compromise for the EU's climate policy was meant to have been ready last April, but considering the current state of affairs, completing the task now looks quite daunting.

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