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MEPs outlined their ideas on the EU’s long-term emissions reduction strategy, in a resolution adopted on Thursday.
Against the backdrop of China’s growing economic power and political influence, the European Commission and the High Representative review European Union-China relations and the related opportunities and challenges.
Today, Francesco La Camera, Director-General of the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea signed a €5 million support agreement to ElectriFI – the EU flagship initiative to de-risk sustainable energy investments in developing countries.
The annual Energy Infrastructure Forum is organised by the European Commission and takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Representatives of the EU institutions, transmission system operators, project promoters, regulators, energy companies, NGOs and civil society and the financing community meet to discuss the challenges of developing Europe’s energy infrastructure and building an internal energy market.
Written answer given by Mr Vella on behalf of the European Commission to a question (Rule 130) by Marina Albiol Guzmán (GUE/NGL) on “Integrated waste management plan in Valencia”.
Three years after the international community pledged to limit global temperature rises caused by greenhouse gas emissions to no more than 2C and if possible to a more ambitious 1.5C, climate change is broadly acknowledged as one of the key risks to financial stability. Among ambitious responses is the European Commission’s plan to motivate European business to go carbon neutral by 2050.
The adoption of these criteria present an important milestone for the operationalisation of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for Aviation called CORSIA. CORSIA is the first-ever global scheme to address CO2 emissions from international aviation.