UK urged to refine EU’s ‘do no significant harm’ approach in green taxonomy

Water shortages in Mexico. The DNSH criteria include the sustainable use and protection of water and marine resources (Photo: Marian Carrasquero/Bloomberg)

Government advisory group backs adoption of DNSH criteria, but says improvements in clarity and usability are needed. Others say that under the EU system, businesses have been expected to ‘speak a language they didn’t know’.

The government’s Green Technical Advisory Group says the UK taxonomy should adopt criteria ...

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