Agenda: EP ENVI Committee Meeting (20-21 November 2017)

A public hearing on the European Citizens’ Initiative “Ban glyphosate and Protect People and the Environment from Toxic Pesticides” will take place on 20th November. On 21st November, there will be a report back on the recent trilogue on revision of the EU ETS. The Committee will also vote on the adoption of draft opinions on the internal market for electricity, common rules for the internal market in electricity and the role of EU regions and cities in implementing the COP 21 Paris Agreement on climate change. In the afternoon there will be an exchange of views with the Commission on the state of play on 4th Real-Driving Emissions package (RDE4).

Click here for the full draft agenda which includes:

20 November 2017, 15.00 – 18.30

Public hearing
1. Public Hearing on the European Citizens’ Initiative “Ban glyphosate and Protect People and the Environment from Toxic Pesticides” (*)
ENVI/8/11395
See separate draft agenda

21 November 2017, 10.30 – 12.30

5. Report back on ongoing interinstitutional negotiations
ENVI/8/02915
Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive 2003/87/EC to enhance cost-effective emission reductions and low-carbon investments (ETS)

*** Electronic vote ***

6. Internal market for electricity (recast)
ENVI/8/10289
– Adoption of draft opinion
– Deadline for tabling amendments:10 October 2017, 11.00

7. Common rules for the internal market in electricity (recast)
ENVI/8/08690
– Adoption of draft opinion
– Deadline for tabling amendments:29 June 2017, 11.00

8. The role of EU regions and cities in implementing the COP 21 Paris Agreement on climate change
ENVI/8/09270
– Adoption of draft opinion
– Deadline for tabling amendments:13 September 2017, 11.00

*** End of electronic vote ***

21 November 2017, 14.30 – 18.30

10. Exchange of views with the Commission on the state of play on 4th Real-Driving Emissions package (RDE4)


(*) meeting summary available on request from Enterprise Customers

Source: European Parliament (ENVI)

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