Peter Liese is the go-to when seeking to change EU's CO2 quotas

The European Parliament has appointed German politician Peter Liese to serve as the influential rapporteur in negotiations for CO2 quotas in shipping. He stresses that it is worth being mindful of too much regulation.

Photo: Peter Liese

German center-right politician Peter Liese will be taking over the important rapporteur role in the European Parliament's negotiations surrounding upcoming CO2 quotas for shipping, confirms the politician's secretariat to ShippingWatch.

Following this, the battle lines are drawn up for the most important players when the parliamentary Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) before long convenes to discuss the European Commission's proposal for quotas, which was presented back in July of this year.

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