Ten nongovernmental organizations from across the EU have taken the European Commission to court over its decision to give a green label to investments in forest bioenergy, forest management and bioplastics activities as part of its controversial EU Taxonomy framework.

Part of the EU’s Green Deal plan to make Europe climate neutral by 2050, this classification system seeks to channel billions of euros in investment into sustainable economic activities by signposting investors to economic activities that are truly environmentally sustainable.

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