In the wake of the Green Deal, IEEP’s newest report analyses the environmental performance of the EU’s trade policy. It concludes that more comprehensive efforts by the European Commission to uphold – and upgrade – environmental standards as part of trade are needed to deliver the promises made in the Green Deal.
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Eloïse holds a business degree and a master degree in Political Economy of Europe from the London School of Economics. Prior to joining IEEP, she was a trainee at DG Environment of the European Commission, in the economic analysis and strategy unit. She worked for a year in environmental NGOs in India and Italy where she did project management. She also worked at the French parliament as a parliamentary assistant.
The following analysis looks at the problem areas identified in the latest State of the Environment Report and assesses how well the Green Deal’s policy proposals address the targets and objectives deemed unlikely to be met by 2020.