Starting from a brief analysis of the genesis and evolution of the integration principle in the European Union Law, this paper examines the ‘European Green Deal’: the new EU’s growth strategy presented by the Commission in December 2019 aimed at achieving climate neutrality by 2050 through a better coordination of environmental, economic and social policies. Special attention is devoted to the sectors of intervention, the financial instruments and the social perspectives of this strategy, with particular reference to the recent proposal for a European climate law and to the Just Transition Mechanism. After examining innovations and critical issues in the new European strategy for growth, the paper aims to understand whether or not these are really useful tools to achieve full recognition of the right to a healthy environment among third generation rights.
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