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Sustainability & competition policy: an overview of EU and national case law

Simon Holmes is a co-editor of the critically acclaimed book by Concurrences "Competition Law, Climate Change & Environmental Sustainability". Click here to access the book.

As I write this the world is gathering in Glasgow, UK, for the most important international conference in recent years — COP 26. This comes at the end of a year in which 100s have died from floods in countries as far apart as Belgium and China, and others from Greece and Turkey to the west coast of North America have suffered record (and lethal) heat and wildfires. Neither this bulletin, nor this foreword, is about climate change as such but, before we dive into our technical competition law (or economics) bubble, it’s important to remind ourselves of the context in which we are looking at sustainability and competition policy – and retain some perspective. This is not just another interesting and technical aspect of competition law but something which has a bearing on the most important

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Simon Holmes, Sustainability & competition policy: an overview of EU and national case law, 6 January 2022, e-Competitions Sustainability & Competition policy, Art. N° 104072

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