After being sworn in on 1 December, the new European Commission president, Ursula von der Leyen, unveiled the European Green Deal — a new approach to policymaking that will include a wide range of commitments and initiatives for climate, environment, energy, transport, health, biodiversity and competitiveness. With this package, Europe is attempting to lead the way globally by turning sustainability into a competitive advantage.
The Weber Shandwick Brussels team has prepared a piece on how companies can navigate through the EU’s Green Deal, illustrating the various developments and policy milestones expected in the next two years.
We hope that both the thought piece and the infographic are useful to you in the context of your EU engagement work.
Download the infographic here.
Read the thought piece here.