PRESS RELEASE [Brussels, 22 January 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] – CAN Europe  is deeply disappointed with what…
[Brussels, 4 March 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] – CAN Europe  supports the EU Environment and Energy Ministers who this week called for a speedy agreement on the EU’s proposed 2030 climate and energy policy framework. Ministers from the Green Growth Group  have urged heads of state and... Read more
CAN Europe is disappointed that the European Parliament did not take today's chance to correct the European Commission's weak 2030 emission reduction target.
The 2030 climate and energy targets in the European Parliament's non-binding report will likely fail to ensure Europe sticks to it's agreed commitment to keep temperature rise below... Read more
On January 22nd the European Commission (EC) released their White Paper on the 2030 climate and energy framework, in which they discuss amongst many other things, energy markets. The EC's energy price and cost analysis is clear. It outlines that for manufacturing sectors, differences in tax structure and labour costs,... Read more
[Brussels, 4 March 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] – CAN Europe  supports the EU Environment and Energy Ministers who... Read more
[Brussels, Belgium] European NGOs WWF and CAN Europe today cautiously welcomed the European Parliament Environment Committee's support for the proposal... Read more
[Brussels, 22 January 2014 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] – CAN Europe  is deeply disappointed with what promises to... Read more
[16 December 2013] – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – CAN Europe and WWF welcomed today’s final approval by EU ministers for... Read more
CAN Europe have produced a number of briefing that provide an analysis of the current EU Commission proposal for the 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework.
EU 2030 - Briefing on 40% and 2°C (February 2014)
EU 2030 - Briefing on renewable energy (February 2014)
EU 2030 - Briefing on energy savings... Read more
The latest IPCC report offers again a stark reminder of the risks of a warming world: all regions are facing negative impacts on people's lives and health, our planet and our prosperity.
Europe and the rest of the developed world cannot still ignore the impacts of climate change. Extreme weather... Read more
A new discussion paper prepared by Climate Analytics for CAN Europe that provides an analysis of the adequacy and feasibility of the 1.5°C long-term global limit.
Scientific assessments have shown that impacts are projected to worsen significantly above a global warming of 1.5, or 2°C from pre-industrial levels. Such assessments have... Read more
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