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What does Green Deal mean?

The European Green Deal is the Commission’s sustainable growth strategy for Europe. It represents the Commission’s holistic response to the existential threats of climate change and biodiversity loss. It provides an action plan for internal EU action and international cooperation to avoid the worst consequences of a warming planet, while helping citizens to adapt to climate change and supporting businesses to transition to a sustainable economy.

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