Europe Sees Environmental Regulation Window Before Brexit

Dec. 29, 2017, 12:31 PM

European nations will work on clean energy policies in 2018 as part of an effort to address climate change, while the European Union will need to weigh future funding for a variety of environment and climate initiatives.

Bloomberg Environment’s 2018 Outlook series continues with a roundup of what to expect next year in Europe:


The continuing Brexit negotiations and approaching European Union elections in 2019 will fuel debate about the future of the 28- (soon to be 27-) nation alliance. And that could provide extra motivation for the EU’s executive body to push ambitious steps on environmental policy...

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