Sun Nov 12th, 2023 at 12:06:14 AM EST
"Any new government will have to make difficult decisions on the controversial topic of nitrogen emissions and how to prioritise different sectors such as farming, aviation, and construction. Dutch climate policy also stretches across borders. The country is one of of the world's largest agricultural exporters, and recently closed one of Europe's largest natural gas fields, which served neighbouring countries for decades. The Netherlands also aims to become the continent's green hydrogen hub. This factsheet gives an overview of crucial climate and energy issues, and how the highest-polling parties position themselves."
Looks like they did their homework and the Netherlands with its focus on agricultural production is one country which may help show the future of clikmate regulation and laws. That is, if there is a future.