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By 2030, the EU Taxonomy aims to reduce European greenhouse gas emissions by 55%.
However, up until recently, there were still some notable grey areas in the Taxonomy. Can gas and nuclear power truly be considered ‘green’ sources of power, and, if not, can we make sure they merely serve as transitional crutches?
Across Europe, financial markets, politicians and citizens are getting increasingly nervous about the consequences of the Ukraine crisis and Europe’s reliance on Russia for its energy needs.
Let’s find out how Europe could adapt to a potential cut in Russian gas
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