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Open Position: Energy Analyst (1 year contract– 4 days per week – based in Berlin)

02.08.2016 | Blogs

CAN Europe, Europe's largest coalition working on climate and energy issues, is currently seeking a highly motivated and dynamic colleague to join our team in Berlin as an Energy Analyst. 

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EU countries’ emission targets fall short of Paris Agreement goals

20.07.2016 | Press Releases

European Commission misses opportunity to put in place a ratchet-up mechanism and to set an ambitious starting point for reductions. EU countries’ climate targets, included in the proposal for the Effort Sharing Regulation published by the European Commission today are too weak to prevent devastating climate change in line with...

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No cheating from the start

13.07.2016 | Press Releases

Commission’s proposal for post-2020 emission cuts likely to reward countries who will miss their 2020 target.  The European Commission’s proposal for post-2020 reductions of emissions outside the Emission Trading Scheme risks rewarding countries who are not on track or slow in reaching their current binding target for 2020. 

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EU budget review must enhance European climate action

06.07.2016 | Press Releases

The European Commission must listen to the European Parliament calling for an EU budget that works for people and the planet – according to CEE Bankwatch Network, Friends of the Earth Europe and Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe.

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Briefing: Connecting the dots - The EU's funding for fossil fuels

31.08.2016 | Reports & Briefs

Ahead of the 2016 G20 summit in Hangzhou, China 4-5 September CAN Europe published a briefing on the EU's funding for fossil fuels.

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Briefing: A trick list of how countries can avoid climate action in their non-ETS sectors

15.07.2016 | Reports & Briefs

This briefing discusses the loopholes that some countries are pushing for in order to reduce the efforts they would have to make to cut emissions in the non-ETS sectors.

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Briefing: No cheating from the start, 2030 climate targets for EU Member States

13.07.2016 | Reports & Briefs

The CAN Europe briefing: No cheating from the start shows that opting for a more ambitious approach for the starting level of reducitons in the non-ETS sectors would cut greenhouse gases by at least 850 million tonnes - more than the 2014 emissions of Germany and France combined.

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CANEurope Please help us spread the word: Bankwatch Brussels office is hiring EU Funds Policy Officer @ceebankwatch
CANEurope EU meets its 2020 #energyefficiency target in 2014 - going for a 40% target for 2030 is a no-brainer
CANEurope Australia's state Victoria goes first & bans fracking and #coal seam gas exploration permanently - congratulations!

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