The European Commission needs to clarify how it plans to fund new policy proposals for the EU’s budget for 2021-2027, said the budget committee.
During a debate with budget commissioner Johannes Hahn on 22 January, members of the Parliament’s negotiating team for the EU’s next long-term budget expressed concern that the Commission’s budget proposal for how the EU should be spent its money the next seven years no longer adds up.
The Argus Emissions Conference will take place on 3-4 March 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal. The agenda will focus on every aspect of emissions that affect your business: market analysis and the factors affecting the carbon price, compliance with ETS regulation, maintaining the competitiveness of European industry, sustainability and investment, emission abatement technologies and the energy transition.
Find out how Europe wants to fund projects to tackle climate change and support regions that are most affected by the transition to a green economy.
Update: A joint motion for a resolution by Renew Europe, S&D, Greens/EFA and EPP with its amendments (1-173) was made available.
In line with the European Green Deal and the EU’s objective to become the first climate neutral economy by 2050, the Commission has launched today a public consultation inviting all interested parties on revised EU Emission Trading System State aid Guidelines in the context of the system for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading post-2021 (the “ETS Guidelines”).
Sandbag EU and One Policy Place are hosting guests for a deep dive discussion of one of today’s most relevant topics: Border Carbon Taxes.
The 2020 monetisation of the first batch of 50 million allowances for the Innovation Fund was planned to start on 7 January 2020 but will be slightly delayed. The auctions of Member States’ allowances will take place as scheduled. This slight postponement of the monetisation will not delay the launch of the Innovation Fund.