Climate change: What does real action mean for Europe?

Well over half a million people in 2,000 communities around the globe marched last month to demand real action on climate change. That was an unprecedented scene. On the next day, several financial businesses announced they would no longer invest in the carbon intensive economy, but rather shift to invest in the new climate economy. Two days later a succession of world leaders pledged their support for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that are doing so much damage to our world. Now, Europe has the chance to show that there is substance behind its claims to be “ambitious” on climate change. In a week’s time, the European Council is expected to set out what action the EU will take to…
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