Tag: Climate Change

EU to Push Energy Transition

  EU decided to lead the global energy transition starting with € 1.1 billion through the EU Innovation Fund. EU confirmed it will heavily fund technologies to facilitate european energy transition and to enable european companies to make global progress. A strategy that will bear fruit by 2030 and will prepare the climate neutrality targets

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EU Revolution on Energy

There is a double urgency to transform Europe’s energy system: reducing EU dependance on fossil fuel imports and tackling the climate crisis. EU has important objectives on climate change and the current tensions on energy market suggest to accelerate measures on energy savings, diversification of suppliers, renewables and to replace fossil fuels consumption in industry

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To stop climate change with organic production: 2021-2027 EU action plan

Now we know that the misuse of agricultural land and water for food production is equally responsible for theclimate change and the destruction of biodiversity. If no remedies are put in place now, when the population reaches 11 billion it will be a real catastrophe. The EU has already indicated the solutions to be adopted

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Horizon Europe runs: Council last decisions on Research

EU invests €95.5 billion for Research and Innovation. First calls already opened. However EU globally invests only 1.5% of GDP, against 2.1 in U.S., 2.6 in Japan, 1.7 in China and 3.6 in South Corea. < To read this article in another language, go to the Blog and select it> Latest decisions The EU Council

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Revision of the TEN-E Regulation: EU guidelines for new energy infrastructure

On 15 December 2020, the European Commission adopted a proposal to revise the 2013 regulation on trans-European networks in energy (TEN-E). Revision of the TEN-E Regulation: EU guidelines for new energy infrastructure

On 19 February the EU Recovery Package will enter into force

After the European Parliament, EU Council adopted the Instrument, too. However, the decision authorizing the Commission to borrow on the capital markets to finance this instrument needs to be ratified in all Member States. This financial instrument will make €672.5 billion in grants and loans available for public investment and reforms in the 27 member

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Debate next week on new U.S. President Joe Biden and relations with EU

10 hours before Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony as the 46th President of the United States, the European Parliament will discuss new perspectives for dialogue and cooperation between the EU and the United States. >> Follow the EP live debate on Wednesday 20 January 2021, starting at 8:30 a.m. here All European leaders recognized that Trump

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Climate change: cost or business?

Young people protest. Governments are concerned. The costs: million deaths, trillion dollars or euros payed.