Policy and Regulation

EU's deforestation law considers due diligence obligations for banks

After months of negotiations, EU institutions have agreed a position on rules to reduce deforestation and will decide in two years whether new measures are needed to force banks to carry out due diligence to ensure investments are not causing the destruction of forests.

The European Parliament and ...

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