UN, OECD and ILO rules should ‘take the place of science’ in social taxonomy, say EU advisors
Documents lay out approach to social taxonomy as well as plans for environmentally harmful framework
EU advisors believe that a taxonomy for socially-sustainable activities should be underpinned by existing global guidelines, and should cover both direct and indirect social impacts, according to documents seen by RI.
Two reports outline current thinking by the EU’s Platform on S…
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