Increased political resistance to new EU laws to protect the environment has left the European Commission fighting to keep intact its vision for Europe's green transition. Opposition has mounted in recent weeks, as EU countries and lawmakers prepare for the final negotiations. Meanwhile, EU countries are pushing to weaken proposed pollution curbs for farms and methane emission limits for energy producers. Some countries, however, say more environment laws would overburden industries and risk denting political support for green measures. Two EU Parliament committees this week voted to reject it, signalling a tough vote ahead in the full Parliament.