A fossil fuel funded think tank with close ties to the Hungarian government hosted a meeting of climate science critics in Brussels last Thursday (23 May), to challenge the EU “consensus” on the environment.

Speakers from a range of anti-regulation groups shared their ideas two weeks before citizens across the bloc prepare to vote in elections from 6-9 June. Ahead of the vote, pollsters have predicted a surge in votes for far-right parties supporting an anti-environmental agenda.

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