EEB’s response to the Do No Significant Harm principle in the Social Climate Fund

Categories: Climate & Energy
Types: Response
Published: 29 May 2024
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The EEB welcomes the opportunity to provide input on applying of the DNSH principle to the SCF national plans and supports extending the DNSH principle to all EU funds under the next MFF.

Efforts to harmonise and reduce the burden of DNSH implementation across funds are welcomed, but the DNSH test must remain stringent and science-based to prevent environmentally harmful activities and incentivise genuinely sustainable investments.

EEB’s response to the Do No Significant Harm principle in the Social Climate Fund
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