IED seen broadly in EU Parliament as an improvement despite shortcomings


Some cast yes votes with “a heavy heart” and “gritted teeth” (EU) – In the debate preceding the European Parliament’s vote on the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), British conservative MEP Martin Callanan aptly described the mood: “Nobody got what they wanted; it is a bit of a messy fudge – and ...

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