The EU Battery Regulation Due Diligence Rules

This joint paper by Amnesty International and T&E sets out the most critical shortcomings of the due diligence regime in the Battery Regulation. It is essential that this legislation effectively protects human rights and the environment, rather than sacrificing these core principles in the race to implement the energy transition.

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