Defenders, Delayers, Dinosaurs. Ranking of EU political groups and national parties on climate change

The report “Defenders, Delayers, Dinosaurs: Ranking of EU political groups and national parties on climate change” assesses the voting behaviour of current MEPs in relation to climate and energy issues.

It reveals which political parties, both European and national ones, act to protect Europeans against climate change. With the information from this report in hand, Europeans are equipped to vote for candidates from those parties which support climate action in the upcoming European Parliament elections in May.

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