Dutch minister warns of waning support for climate policy

The deputy prime minister of the Netherlands, Sigrid Kaag, warns of dwindling public support for climate and environmental policies. This is evident, among other things, in the ongoing farmers’ protests in the country, the finance minister told the Financial Times. In times of great uncertainty, it is becoming increasingly difficult to win over the population for intergenerational measures, said Kaag, who chairs the liberal D66 party. This also applies to other EU countries, she said.

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