Capital Flows, Policy and Regulation

EU's Ukraine response delivers unexpected boost to green assets

View of the LNG Liquified Natural Gas Terminal taken at Sines port in Sines on February 12, 2020. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP) (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP via Getty Images)

Europe’s efforts to extricate itself from dependence on Russian oil and gas for energy could provoke short-term headaches, but campaigners and suppliers say the European Commission’s plans for disconnection could have a net positive impact on green objectives.

The commission announced its plan for independence from ...

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