Green road map: ‘Fundamental economic changes needed’

‘Competitiveness and growth’ to be based on using fewer resources

On 20 September, the European Commission set out a road map in order to convert the EU’s economy to sustainability by 2050, which intends to identify sectors that consume the most resources and suggests tools and indicators to help guide action for “well-being and prosperity in Europe and internationally”.

According to the Commission, this agenda is for competitiveness and growth based on using fewer resources while producing and consuming goods a...

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