EU ministers seek deals on climate laws as economy woes test green pledges
European Union ministers began talks on Monday to approve new laws to fight climate change, but diplomatic sources said economic pressures could prompt efforts to water down some of the EU’s most ambitious proposals. EU energy ministers will also discuss options to collectively reduce demand for natural gas as the European Commission prepares to present a plan next month to coordinate steps for further cuts to supply from Russia. he laws would expand renewable energy, revamp the EU carbon market and ban sales of new cars running on fossil fuels from 2035.
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