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The EU Green Deal – A Plan for a Sustainable and Competitive Europe

With the "European Green Deal" the European Commission has put climate protection, ecology and sustainability at the centre of its political agenda. Through this ambitious plan, the EU is to become the global leader in the fight for climate neutrality by 2050. However, the challenges are enormous. The European economy is set to undergo a major transformation.

Great expectations of COP 28: concrete measures and financing

Reconciling biodiversity and the economy

EU Critical Raw Materials Act: Right goals, open implementation

Net-Zero Industry Act: EU Commission wants to accelerate climate transformation

EU electricity market reform: Fit for net zero?

EU climate policy 2023: From energy crisis measures to structural reforms


Packaging plays a major role in the modern circular economy

Europe in crisis mode: How to successfully navigate the energy and the climate crisis?

EU legislative process on corporate due diligence in full swing

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REPowering the EU with Fit-for-55?

Ban on the combustion engine in 2035? - Safeguarding electromobility and e-fuels in a technology-open approach

EU Commission jeopardises industrial production in Europe

REPowering-the-EU and Fit-for-55: friend or foe?

CCUS technologies: Important building blocks for climate protection

Fit-for-55: Quo vadis?

Climate package "Fit for 55": Innovation as Europe’s Climate Action Springboard

How the European Commission wants to conquer nature

European Commission wants to oblige companies to be more sustainable

European Green Deal: BDI presents its key recommendations for the upcoming EU “fit-for-55“ legislative proposals

First global climate protection instrument for aviation in the starting blocks

Effective instruments for climate protection in air traffic

The EU's new climate target: Moon Shot or Mission Impossible?

Framework and financing of climate neutrality by 2050