Deforestation: Parliament and Council agree on due diligence obligations

Actually, on Monday, the EU Parliament and Council positions were too far apart on too many points to reach a final agreement in an overnight trilogue session. But those involved wanted to set an example before today’s start of the UN Biodiversity Conference in Montréal (Europe.Table reported) and lead by a good example with a set of rules against global forest destruction, according to Brussels.

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