European lawmakers are getting to grips with the design of a proposed new social fund meant to help the poorest households counter the potentially regressive elements of EU climate policy, seeking to ensure the money ‘lands with the right people’.
EMEA > Lawmakers tussle over how new EU climate fund can best help the poorest
Lawmakers tussle over how new EU climate fund can best help the poorest
European lawmakers are getting to grips with the design of a proposed new social fund meant to help the poorest households counter the potentially regressive elements of EU climate policy, seeking to ensure the money 'lands with the right people'.
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