No time to waste: Let's finalise the EU taxonomy while keeping its ambition intact

Rules postponement will hinder net zero goals

Philippe Zaouati of Mirova

Philippe Zaouati of Mirova

The EU taxonomy is undoubtedly one of the most important and ambitious pieces of the EU action plan on sustainable finance. It is the one that has been emulated across different countries outside the EU.

Yet, the EU struggles to finalise it, and the Delegated Act under the Taxonomy Regulation for climate change mitigation and adaptation objectives that should have been adopted in December has been postponed....

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