Climate laws face new EU Parliament vote after failed first try
The European Parliament will on Wednesday try again to agree more ambitious climate change policies, after rejecting them in a divisive first vote that threatened to delay the EU’s green agenda. Lawmakers rejected reforms to the European Union’s carbon market this month over disputes over how ambitious Europe’s emissions-cutting policies should be amid soaring energy costs and inflation. That threatened to delay the EU’s overall package of climate laws to clean up Europe’s energy, industry and transport sectors and by 2030 cut net EU greenhouse gas emissions by 55%, from 1990 levels.
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