EU plans ditching carbon cost refund for seven industrial sectors

By |januar 16th, 2020|Carbon Leakage, Emissions trading scheme, News, State aid|

The European Commission has proposed removing mining activities and fertiliser manufacturing from a list of heavy industries eligible for state aid, arguing EU climate policies no longer puts them at risk of relocating production outside Europe.

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EU’s energy intensive industries paid to pollute, says NGO

By |april 9th, 2018|Air Pollution, Carbon Leakage, China, Electricity, energy, Germany, Health, Industry, News, NGO|

Instead of pursuing real decarbonisation plans, energy-intensive industry in the EU has managed to turn pollution into profit, Climate Action Network Europe said in a study published 9 April.

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‘Invisible’ cement polluters urged to double climate efforts

By |april 9th, 2018|Carbon Leakage, cement, ETS reform, News|

European producers were singled out among the worst performers in a new environmental ranking of the world’s largest publicly-listed cement companies, published on Monday (9 April).

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A fair EU carbon market: but for whom?

By |junij 27th, 2017|Carbon Leakage, carbon market, ETS reform, EU ETS, News|

Amid calls from heavy industry to get more free pollution permits in the name of a ‘fair’ EU carbon market, Europe’s workers, taxpayers, and the climate must not be forgotten in the system’s design reform, writes Femke de Jong.

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