MEPs warn of 'clear risk' to EU climate investment plans
MEPs have warned that the EU's next investment plan might not be agreed by the parliament and council before 2020, threatening the bloc's action tackling climate change.In a resolution adopted yesterday, the MEPs highlighted an “urgent need“ for a “quantum leap“ in political and financial efforts to achieve the Paris Agreement's objectives. However, they warned of a
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