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Forestry seen as key to Russian climate change efforts

By |marec 6th, 2020|European Green Deal, forestry, forests, Lukoil, News, reforestation, Russia|

The country’s vast forests and marshes should play an important role in decarbonisation efforts, according to a 2035 outlook from Russian energy company Lukoil.

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A European Green Deal with justness for all?

By |marec 4th, 2020|2050 carbon neutrality, 2050 climate strategy, coal, coal phase-out, coal regions, EU regions, European Green Deal, Just Transition Fund, News, Poland, Ruhr Valley, Silesia, Ursula von der Leyen|

A fund originally conceived to convince Poland to sign up to the EU’s 2050 climate target has now turned into one of the most contentious aspects of both the Green Deal and the long-term EU budget.

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Europe aims to make its food a global green standard, despite trade concerns

By |februar 11th, 2020|European Commission, European Green Deal, Farm to Fork, FoodDrinkEurope, News, sustainable food production|

Ahead of a much-anticipated ‘Farm to Fork’ strategy to accompany the EU Green Deal, some EU policymakers say Europe’s food should be protected from American pressure.

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MEPs push for raw materials focus in EU’s new industrial strategy

By |februar 4th, 2020|critical raw materials, EU industrial strategy, Jerzy Buzek, News, Raw materials, Steel, Thierry Breton|

Foreign competition and access to raw materials top the agenda for steelmakers and other basic industries as they await European Commission plans to accompany the EU Green Deal.

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Glass: A low-hanging fruit for the climate – and a tough nut to crack

By |februar 3rd, 2020|Buildings Directive, energy efficiency directive, Energy Perfomance in Buildings Directive, EU industrial strategy, glass, Glass building, Glass for Europe, News, Waste and recycling|

Glass is irreplaceable in buildings, making it a key part of the solution to unlock energy savings and help reach Europe's decarbonisation targets. But it's also an energy-intensive industry, for which no immediate clean energy alternative is available.

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Glass: A low-hanging fruit for the climate – and a tough nut to crack

By |februar 3rd, 2020|Buildings Directive, energy efficiency directive, Energy Perfomance in Buildings Directive, EU industrial strategy, glass, Glass building, Glass for Europe, News, Waste and recycling|

Glass is irreplaceable in buildings, making it a key part of the solution to unlock energy savings and help reach Europe's decarbonisation targets. But it's also an energy-intensive industry, for which no immediate clean energy alternative is available.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Glass: A low-hanging fruit for the climate – and a tough nut to crack

Busoi MEP: EU’s industrial strategy must be ‘in total accordance’ with Green Deal

By |januar 29th, 2020|carbon border tax, Cristian Busoi, Industrial Policy, News, Thierry Breton|

Cristian Bușoi, the chair of the European Parliament’s industry and energy committee, says MEPs are eager for a far-reaching strategy from the European Commission.

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Europe looks home for new mining opportunities

By |januar 8th, 2020|Coal mining, industrial mining, mining, News, Raw materials, Steel, urban mining|

As EU policymakers worry about global tensions threatening raw material imports, one option could be getting more from their own backyard.

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Coke and nickel keeping EU steel industry up at night

By |december 13th, 2019|coking coal, Indonesia, News, Steel|

The European Commission is considering removing coking coal from a list of critical raw materials. The steel industry, already facing difficulty importing the raw materials it needs, says this could spell disaster.

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Europe waking up to raw materials ‘criticality’

By |december 11th, 2019|coking coal, critical raw materials, News, Raw materials, Steel|

Raw materials used in digital and clean technologies are expected to receive more attention from policymakers under a European Green Deal to be unveiled later today (11 December). A new industrial policy is expected to complete the picture next year. 

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