NGOs sue European Commission over inclusion of biomass in Taxonomy

Published 00:01 on September 16, 2022  /  Last updated at 20:01 on September 15, 2022  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Some 11 NGOs are suing the European Commission over its inclusion of biomass and forestry activities in the bloc-wide Taxonomy Regulation, they announced on Friday, arguing that rather than channelling private capital into climate action the move would exacerbate warming and forest degradation.

Some 11 NGOs are suing the European Commission over its inclusion of biomass and forestry activities in the bloc-wide Taxonomy Regulation, they announced on Friday, arguing that rather than channelling private capital into climate action the move would exacerbate warming and forest degradation.

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