[Brussels, February 27] – A new report out today shows that the European Union could benefit from €200 billion net savings per year providing it gets on track to […]
The European Parliament’s Environment Committee yesterday voted today for a one-year ‘stop the clock’ derogation from the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) for flights to and from Europe.
[Brussels, 3 December 2012] – CAN Europe welcomes Energy Ministers’ call for a long-term, stable framework for renewable energy in the EU after 2020. At today’s Energy Council, ministers recognized […]
Take action now on climate change ‘Loss and Damage’, 40+ civil society organisations and networks tell Ministers as they arrive in Doha Over forty civil society organisations and networks from […]
Ray of the Day: EU victorious in lack of ambitious emissions pledge. Civil Society Awards Fossil To Rich Countries Who Shun Kyoto Commitment.
Accounting for forestry and agriculture The international LULUCF accounting rules agreed in Durban under the Kyoto Protocol last year fail to account for what the atmosphere sees. The European Commission’s proposal […]
On 4 October the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) passed through its final legislative gate and was adopted by Member States at a Council meeting in Brussels. It is Europe’s first […]