The EU Council, Commission and Parliament agreed a new Directive for Energy Efficiency (the “EED”). It still needs to be formally approved by the Parliament but is expected to go […]
The IPCC’s Special Report on extreme events and climate change: The link is there; now, how to prepare?
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently released a Special Report, Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX). It examines the links […]
On the 11th of June, EU environment ministers discussed several climate change issues. They had debates on the provision of financial support to developing countries for reducing emissions and adapting […]
Since the communication from the European Commission (EC) on the Energy Roadmap 2050, in November 2011 , energy ministries in all 27 Member States have been discussing an official European […]
CAN Europe, Aprodev, German Watch, CIDSE and Oxfam commissioned a report in order to identify how the EU can improve the current process for monitoring their climate finance commitments.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance launched its new report yesterday in Brussels, analysing the costs of moving toward a 30% GHG cuts in the EU. The report lays out a number […]