Trucking sector at a crossroads between rising emissions and a more sustainable and competitive future
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How to align Europe’s resource and energy-intensive industries with the Paris Agreement? By the time of COP24 at the end of this year, the European Commission is committed to publish a long-term climate vision and strategy that will ensure the EU’s policies are in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement. A crucial element of this(…)
The European Union aims to develop a sustainable, low carbon, resource efficient and competitive economy by transitioning towards a more circular economy. In past decades, the focus on cutting down the CO2 emissions produced by industry has been mainly on the supply side. But how big a difference can the actions of a circular economy(…)
Report by SHURA, first energy transition think tank in Turkey
Transition to e-mobility could help revitalise Europe’s growth and reduce air pollution but challenges remain along the way
New study on the transition towards clean mobility
Electric vehicles have lower global warming potential than combustion vehicles on their overall life-cycle. Il could still be drastically reduced depending France’s energy choices by 2030 Improving the environmental impacts of batteries will help meet the Paris Climate Agreement objectives Vehicle to grid and second life batteries will accelerate the deployment of renewables and ensure(…)
Invitation to discuss policy changes and solutions with the Central and Eastern Europe’s energy efficiency community.
Invitation to a debate on mobility with Maroš Šefčovič
Michael R. Bloomberg Commits $50 Million to International Effort to Move Beyond Coal, Reinforcing Leadership on Global Climate Action
Latest grant will help ongoing work to reduce global coal dependency and increase shift to renewable energy sources worldwide November 9 2017, New York, NY— Just after announcing a renewed commitment of $64 million to the Beyond Coal campaign in the United States and during this year’s UN Climate Conference COP 23 in Bonn, Germany,(…)
Moving beyond coal after Paris: Can the US and the EU retire their coal plants in Ttme to deliver on Paris targets?