Published on 06 April 2004
Bonn, 14 April 2004Subject: CAN Position on the use of ODA in the CDM
Published on 25 February 2004
Published on 25 December 2003
Published on 20 November 2003
19th November 2003To: Energy Ministers of the EU, Accession Countries and South Mediterranean RegionRe: The Euro-Mediterranean Region must move towards a sustainable energy strategyDear Minister,
Published on 20 November 2003
14th November 2003.To: EU and Accession States Environment MinistersRe: Public participation in the national allocation plan processDear Minister,
Published on 25 October 2003
24th October 2003To: Environment Ministers of the European UnionRe: The proposed linking of CDM/JI with the EU emission trading systemDear Minister,
Published on 23 July 2003
Published on 12 March 2003
Published on 18 February 2003
To: Margot Wallstrom, Commissioner for the Environment Cc: the European CommissionDear Commissioners,We, NGOs of Climate Action Network Europe, are writing to express our serious concern at the forthcoming draft proposal to allow the use of credits from the Joint Implementation (JI) and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in the EU emission trading system. Mere months after the Council adopted its common position on the proposal for a European emission trading system, the Commission is preparing to weaken it, perhaps fatally
Published on 11 February 2003
To: EU Heads of State/Government Re: Russian Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol
Published on 04 February 2003
ETCDMJI letter 2003
Brussels, 28th February 2003.To: Margot Wallstrom, Commissioner for the EnvironmentCc: the European CommissionDear Commissioners,We, NGOs of Climate Action Network Europe, are writing to express our seriousconcern at the forthcoming draft proposal to allow the use of credits from the JointImplementation (JI) and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in the EU emissiontrading system.
Published on 06 March 2002
Published on 18 February 2002
Published on 25 October 2001
Published on 25 August 2001
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Published on 21 June 2000
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[Brussels, 31.03.2015] The US contribution to the Paris climate agreement, filed within the agreed deadline today, should provide impetus for global efforts to tackle climate change, according to Climate Action Network Europe.
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CAN Europe made a submission on the European Commission’s Consultation on the EU-ETS reform post 2020.
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[Brussels, 10 March 2015] Last Friday, 6th March, Chairs of the European Parliament Delegations for six* EU accession countries and the Vice-President of the European Parliament sent a letter to Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič and commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete, urging them to ensure that the reform of the Energy Community Treaty...
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F-gases have global warming potentials hundreds to thousands of times higher than carbon dioxide, and are...
03-06-2013 Our successes
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Dirty 30 report
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