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REPORT | Financing a low-carbon economy
With Arctic sea ice under threat, and air pollution killing half a million people each year in the EU, the need to move to a low-carbon economy is clear.
The financial system needs to be “re-engineered” to encourage more investment in low-carbon technologies, Friends of Europe debate concluded.
Governments, regulators and industry are acting to combat deforestation, but questions remain over whether it will be fast and effective enough, panellists told a Friends of Europe Café Crossfire on 21 March.
Governments, regulators and industry are acting to combat deforestation, but this might not be fast and effective enough, panellists told a Friends of Europe event on 21 March.
Friends of Europe’s 2016 Energy and Climate Summit took place in Brussels at the end of an extraordinary few weeks in climate politics.
The official launch of the World Energy Outlook report, by the IEA.
Europe's Climate and Energy Outlook took place following an extraordinary month in climate politics.
We need to become better at resolving challenges if we’re to strengthen public support for the EU – and environmental issues are a crucial area for action.
The Climate and Energy Policy Summit will discuss this year the main challenges ahead for global leaders.
Swift action is needed to reduce transport emissions in line with the COP21 Paris Agreement reached last year.
After a decade without progress, member states have realised that resistance to shared policies doesn’t work, says EYL40 alumna Jane Burston
Conclusions from the official launch of the IEA's Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2016.