EU, Europe, Policy and Regulation

What’s in store for EU climate policy in 2024?

EU watchers are cautious regarding Hungary’s upcoming European Council presidency. (Photo: Georges Gobet /AFP via Getty Images)

The upcoming EU elections, a new government in Poland, and Hungary’s holding of the council presidency could shift the bloc’s climate dynamics

The recent announcement by Charles Michel, president of the European Council, that he will step down to run as a candidate in the 2024 European parliament elections is ...

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