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Latest developments on phasing out fossil fuel subsidies in Europe

20.09.2016 | Blogs

'Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Europe' Newsletter: A monthly update on policy development, campaigning and communications

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Europe must put people and planet first

16.09.2016 | Press Releases

As the EU-27 gather in Bratislava today, leading environmental organisations call for genuinely transformational change in the wake of the UK referendum [1].

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Juncker Investment Plan 2 and review of EU budget offer no progress towards Europe’s long-term climate goals

14.09.2016 | Press Releases

What should have been two significant contributions to Europe’s war chest in the fight against climate change will in fact leave the planet short-changed and open the door to even more polluting fossil fuel projects, argue campaigners at Bankwatch, Friends of the Earth Europe and Climate Action Network Europe.

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CAN Europe's reaction to the leaked Energy Efficiency Directive proposal

12.09.2016 | Press Releases

Commenting on a leaked draft of the European Commission’s Energy Efficiency Directive proposal Dora Petroula, Energy Savings Policy Coordinator at Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe said:

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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 UN News - ‘There is no time to waste’ Ban says, as Paris climate accord crosses first threshold for entry into force https://t.co/WBDSPangvY
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