EU Institutions have been among the first to commit to the fight against climate change and to continuously reduce their environmental impact, by implementing the EMAS environmental management system.
EMAS – the only premium environmental management tool currently available on the market – encourages environmental excellence and helps organisations meet their sustainability objectives.
Circular economy stakeholders from across Europe shared their success stories and the challenges they face during the second day of the Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference, which was hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee on 7 March 2019.
A summary of the policy debate is available.
The Plenum underlined the role that Parliaments can play not just in terms of putting in place a conducive legal framework to support energy efficiency but also in terms of leading the way for energy efficiency improvements, such as renovating public buildings, using energy efficiency in public procurement, etc.
main highlights of the EMAS Steering Committee’s meeting of 30th January.