The European Parliament and the Member States reached a political agreement on February 25 on a new generation of low-carbon benchmarks needed to help boost investment in sustainable projects and assets. The European Parliament and Council still have to formally approve the rules.
According to the Commission, which hailed the political agreement, the deal creates two new categories of low-carbon benchmarks: a climate-transition benchmark and a specialised benchmark which brings investment por...
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