This Official Dossier will present after the proposal FIT for 55, the European institutions and government apprehension, doubts and positions and the complexity of solutions to decarbonisation. How Innovation and collaboration between the sectors will be critical, along with a multi- faceted approach. How it will be important both for the leaders of industrials and for government leaders to be in sync on this complex transition and to support the transition with convenient policy and required predictability around future cost developments.
Along with the green transition, digitisation is the highest strategic priority of this mandate at the European institutions given its link to the sustainability of the European welfare and development model. The European Parliament, Commission and Council are currently developing an ambitious regulatory agenda for the digital transition. This agenda, on the one hand, involves […]
What ecological navigation will be proposed to save the climate. We say to save the climate we must tax the rich. The climate wealth tax (ISF) is one of the ecological proposals put forward for the 2022 presidential election. This taxation of the rich, which would take carbon emissions into account, would serve to penalize […]
Today, Members of the European Parliament debated the EU’s position ahead of the COP26 Climate talks in Glasgow next month. The resolution, which will serve as the mandate for the Parliament’s delegation to COP26, will be voted on tomorrow. Current national plans (NDCs) would still lead to an increase by about 16% of global GHG […]
Renewables must be deployed more quickly to meet emission reduction targets Shorter procedures to get permits, increase public acceptance of offshore wind energy Offshore wind farms can benefit marine biodiversity if designed and build sustainably MEPs highlight that the cost of offshore wind has fallen dramatically the last two decades © AFP/Eric Feferberg MEPs […]
MEPs are divided over European Commission proposals calling gas and nuclear energy “green” EU MPs are reacting swiftly to controversial plans to promote nuclear and gas as environmentally sustainable sources of energy. Esther de Lange, vice-chair of the center-right EPP group in the European Parliament, argued that: “by using gas as a bridge technology, we […]