The European Investment Bank (EIB) is continuing to support ‘business as usual’ energy policies at the expense of helping the European Union meet its current climate targets.

On 24 June, the EIB announced a review of its lending policy that drew criticism from climate activists as running counter to the EU’s climate and energy policies.

Separately, the bank has been criticised, along with other public finance institutions, in a new report, for promoting unsuitable energy infrastructure pro...


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