06.10.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

Ahead of the ECOFIN Council on October 11th 2016, Climate Action Network Europe sent the following letter to climate ministers calling for ambitious climate finance.

05.10.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

Climate Action Network Europe co-signed a letter to the board members of the Green Climate Fund calling for categorical exclusion of export credit agencies (ECA).

03.10.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

3 networks and 21 organizations representing almost 50 million citizens across Europe, called on Members of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy of the European Parliament to vote for an ambitious revision of the EU’s Emission Trading System (EU ETS) that supports a rapid phase out of fossil fuels, in particular coal.

31.08.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe sent the following letter to European Commission President Juncker & European Council President Tusk and CC: EU-28 Heads of State & Government ahead of the 2016 G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China. 

17.07.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAn Europe co-signed the following letter to President Junker on LULUCF and the starting Point in the non-ETS sectors.

06.07.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe and ETUC sent the following letter to the Slovakian Minister Solymos and Vice-President Šefcovic ahead of the Informal Environment Council on 12-13 July 2016, where the chemical industry is the only stakeholder invited to address the meeting of ministers, while representatives from civil society are not.

05.07.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe sent the following letter to Energy Ministers ahead of the Informal Environment Council on 12-13 July 2016

05.07.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe sent the following letter to Energy Ministers ahead of the Informal Energy Council on 12-13 July 2016

27.06.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe signed on to the following NGO letter to call on the G20 countires to implement a fossil fuel subsidy phase out.

14.06.2016 | Letters to Policy Makers

CAN Europe sent the following letter to Environment Ministers ahead of the June 2016 Envi Council meeting

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