Issue 483 | 22 October 2018

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 19 October 2018 in Magazines
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Bas Eickhout interview, Climate Change & COP24, Migration and Asylum, Eastern Ukraine, Digitalisation & Work, Marine Litter, ePrivacy, Third Mobility Package, Digital Innovation, Regional Cooperation, and more...

Man on Emission!

Ahead of the COP24 UN climate change conference in Poland, Dutch Greens MEP Bas Eickhout says EU renewable policy is falling short, but what worries him more is the EU’s policy on fossil fuels.

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