Europe’s new Climate Law: Leaving no-one behind?

EURACTIV looks at the implications of the new Climate Law for Europe's economy. [Shutterstock]

When she took the European Commission’s helm in December, Ursula von der Leyen pledged to deliver the EU’s first Climate Law within the first 100 days after taking office. The proposal, due on 4 March, aims to enshrine into hard legislation the bloc’s objective of becoming the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050.

In this Special Report, EURACTIV looks at the implications of the new Climate Law for Europe’s economy, including the promise of ensuring the transition to net-zero emissions leaves no-one behind.

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