European Parliament pushes for targets to reduce over-consumption

Most MEPs are demanding the European Commission put forward legally binding targets to curb waste and over-consumption - a move that could give the EU's circular economy agenda a massive boost.

European Parliament pushes for targets to reduce over-consumption

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