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Cross-party consensus on the need to boost the EU Emissions Trading System

26.09.2016 | Press Releases

Members of the European Parliament from all major political parties tabled amendments for strengthening the ambition of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme post-2020. Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe welcomed this development, but stressed that only the most ambitious amendments are in keeping with Europe’s environmental obligations.

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CAN Europe reaction to today's high level event on the entry into force of the Paris Agreement

21.09.2016 | Press Releases

Today, at the special high-level event on entry into force of the Paris Agreement at the UN Headquarters in New York, several countries deposited their ratification instruments. Others, including the EU, announced that they will do so before the end of this year. 

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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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Briefing: A fresh start for the ETS

26.09.2016 | Reports & Briefs

This paper looks at the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) starting point in 2021 and how it affects the ETS phase 4 emissions budget.

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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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CANEurope Dutch CE Delft report: Greening new coal plants costs 8 Bio. EUR, while closing coal plants saves 4,7 Bio. EUR… https://t.co/g6YfuvtGsC
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CANEurope New briefing: a more ambitious starting point in #EUETS will help avoid a new surplus of emission permits… https://t.co/0mCrBhW0sQ
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CANEurope Dutch MPs call for coal shutdown https://t.co/7eYIUIAgAy via @ENDSEurope
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