The European Commission has launched a public consultation on a strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction. All interested citizens and stakeholders can send their contributions by 9 October 2018.
The European Court of Auditors is conducting an audit of public participation in EU law-making. In particular, they will examine the public consultations with stakeholders undertaken by the European Commission when preparing its legislative proposals. The auditors have today published a Background Paper, “Consulting the public when preparing EU law”, as a source of information for those interested in the subject.
An online consultation will allow the event community to indicate their preferences for the sessions proposed, from 16 to 27 April.
“The public consultation on projects in the area of cross-border carbon dioxide transport infrastructure that have been submitted as candidate Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) will close on 15 August.”
The Commission is currently carrying out an evaluation of the Directive to assess to which extent the ITS Directive contributed to the faster and more coordinated deployment of ITS as well as the better functioning of the road transport system and its interfaces with other modes of transport. As part of the evaluation process, the Commission is carrying out this public consultation.
“Three new EU-funded mobility projects have launched a survey to help them understand cities’ needs and barriers when trying to develop Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs).”
“Modernising and simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), one of the European Union’s longstanding policies, will allow it to better respond to today’s social, political, environmental and economic challenges.”
A short (5-10 mins) online survey is available.
“Cohesion Policy, Research and innovation policy, industry policy, education and skills policy and related policies (including digital single market, agriculture, energy union, growth and investment plan, internal market, etc.)”