EU Faces Challenge Turning Proposals Into Reality

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After a bumper year of climate policy announcements, the European Union now faces the hard task of turning those into reality. This will require a tricky balancing act between EU institutions and member states, with early signs indicating a rocky road ahead. The landscape is very different now than two years ago when the Green Deal was first announced, with recent high prices stoking fears about energy transition costs. But Brussels warns against “knee-jerk reactions,” pointing to the need for policy ambition and predictability, with the world also watching closely as the latest US climate efforts crumble.

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