In December 2019, the European Commission adopted the European Green Deal, an ambitious policy package intended to make the EU’s economy environmentally sustainable. The primary goals of the Deal are to reach climate neutrality by 2050 as well as to turn the transition into an economic and industrial opportunity for Europe. Under the recently unveiled “Fit for 55” package, the EU’s commitment to reduce its net Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) emissions by at least 55% by 2030 has become a legal obligation. An additional goal of the European Green Deal is to establish environmental, energy, and climate partnerships with states from the EU’s southern neighborhood, including Maghreb countries. How can Maghreb countries benefit from the EU green deal? What are the geopolitical consequences on oil exporting countries and how can the EU engage with those countries to foster their economic diversification? The Maghreb countries have divergent degrees of involvement in regard to the Paris agreement. What is their expected response to the EU policy framework?

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