EU RED II: Trade protectionism and lost sustainability vision
In many respects, the European Union’s first Renewable Energy Directive (RED) represented a beacon of sustainability for Europe and for the EU’s major trading partners. The emphasis on renewable energy and the use of edible vegetable oils for biofuels resulted in substantial investment into the sector, not just in Europe but also internationally.
Europe indeed took the l...
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