Nature in the balance: Update on the EU’s Nature Restoration Law

The European Union's planned Nature Restoration Law, a key strand of Europe’s climate agenda which would introduce binding targets on member states to reverse the decline of Europe's flora and fauna, is facing growing resistance. In an unusual step, the European People’s Party (EPP) Group, the largest in the European Parliament, withdrew from negotiations on the legislation following opposition from some agricultural groups and member states. Although other parties reached a preliminary agreement on the text, the EPP’s boycott has raised questions about the outlook for the law ahead of a crucial vote by the European Parliament’s Committee on the Environment, Public Health, and Food Safety (ENVI) due on 15 June.

This Dods EU Political Intelligence report provides a one-stop guide to the controversial Nature Restoration Law at this critical juncture, including details of its proposed measures, a range of political and stakeholder reactions, and expected next steps.

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