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FILE PHOTO: Members of the European Parliament wait for the start of a plenary session as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, in Brussels, Belgium September 16, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo. BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Parliament on Tuesday voted to allow some gas projects to get support from the European Union’s flagship green transition fund, teeing up tough talks with the EU Commission and national goverments, which have already agreed to exclude the fuel. The EU wants to launch a multi-billion-euro Just Transition Fund, using cash from the bloc’s coronavirus recovery fund and budget, to help fossil fuel dependent regions shift to cleaner industries. The... Full story

7 days ago, 16 September