(English) The "Next Generation" plan, the European Union's restart program to rebuild a post-Covid Europe, has been talked about for quite some time. At the heart of the programme is the ecological transition to create a greener and more sustainable future. The name chosen for the programme is the 'European Green Deal' and it contains guidelines on how the European Union intends to tackle climate change. When it was first published, it caused quite a stir, dividing critics into two camps: on the one hand, those who saw it as a real change in the environmental policy paradigm, and on the other, those who criticized it as just an addition to the already long list of climate policies, with the risk of being an end in itself. In this brief research I try to illustrate my personal point of view.