EU horse-trading goes green

For our researcher Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, “climate change was one of the top concerns of the EU citizens that went to vote. And this is reflected in the results.”

|   27/05/2019               |   Politico             |   Pellerin-Carlin Thomas             |   Energy and environment

Aggressive policies on tackling climate change turned out to be a vote-winner in the European election — at least in the west of the Continent. Because of that, climate policy may play a big role in the horse-trading that’s now starting over the key jobs in the EU.