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Cleaning up industry: why the EU's strategy isn't enough yet
The new EU Industrial Strategy, released by the European Commission on 10 March 2020, is the first sector-specific plan to be published since the European Green Deal was announced.
However, the new Industrial Strategy fails to capture how and by when EU Industries will achieve a net zero greenhouse gas emissions or manufacture climate-neutral products.
This analysis by WWF and Carbon Market Watch looks at what needs to be improved in the strategy.
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