Request Free Trial

In Brief: EU parliament rubber-stamps CSDDD; US imposes strict rules on carbon pollution from power plants

The latest ESG policy and regulatory news

The European parliament has given its final approval to a wide range of sustainability-related legislation that is part of the European Green Deal, including the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive. It backed environmental exemptions for farmers, which would see sustainability measures reduced under the Common Agricultural Policy. The parliament also approved the Net-Zero industry Act to stimulate clean tech manufacturing in the EU and to make it less dependent on foreign supplies. The European Council still needs to approve the legislation. You can find coverage of this week’s votes here and here.

To continue reading

Request Free Trial
  • Unlimited access to all content
  • Email alerts highlighting key industry insight.
  • Invitations to attend exclusive roundtables and events.
  • The Sustainable Views Policy Tracker - deep insight on ESG regulations and deadlines
Already a subscriber?Log in
A service from the Financial Times