This briefing from the University of Cambridge Program of Sustainabilty Leadership outlines the economic case for why Euroope should more to a 30% reduciton target in 2020.
In this report CAN Europe elaborates on the numerous benefits that moving to a -30% 2020 EU greenhouse gas target will have on Member States’ budgets.
CAN Europe made a submission on the European Commission’s Consultation on reassessing carbon leakage rules under the EU-ETS. Loss of competitiveness and so called “carbon leakage” have often been used […]
CAN Europe made a submission on the European Commission’s Consultation on the role of EU agriculture and forestry in achieving the EU’s climate change commitments
European NGOs have always endorsed an emission trading system based on 100% auctioning of allowances as the best way to generate a visible carbon price through the production and consumption […]
CAN Europe Position on Benchmarking and allocation rules in phase III of the EU Emissions Trading System
CAN Europe Position paper on Benchmarking and allocation rules in phase III of the EU Emissions Trading System
Position paper on Benchmarking and allocation rules in phase IIIof the EU Emissions Trading System February 2010 CAN-E benchmarking pp final.pdf
The European Union likes to present its climate policies as models of aggressive action. However, at the centre there is a gaping hole: the -20% below 1990 by 2020 emissions […]