This explainer outlines what steps have been taken by the EU and EU Member States to address the challenges of climate change. It also examines how EU climate policy is governed and sets out the timelines for further action.
The UK and EU have agreed to a ‘flexible’ extension until 31 October 2019. Achieving a domestic consensus on the terms of the UK’s departure, however, continues to present significant challenges to Prime Minister May.
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