05.06.2016 | Blogs

The EU 28 is still heavily reliant on coal. In 2013, the share of electricity from hard coal and lignite was at 26% (Source: EEA), produced in the region’s 280 operational coal power stations.

05.06.2016 | Blogs

CAN Europe's interactive Coal Map of Europe gives an overview of the role of coal in our electricity system.

05.06.2016 | Blogs

 

Here you find a range of useful resources with data on fossil fuel subsidies. For all shifting financial flows and fossil fuel subsidy related CAN Europe publications, go here, and for full list of NGO reports and publications go here.   

05.06.2016 | Blogs

Here you find a range of useful external LULUCF resources. For all LULUCF related CAN Europe publications, go here.

05.06.2016 | Blogs

Here you find a range of useful external ESD resources. For all ESD related CAN Europe publications, go here.

05.06.2016 | Blogs

Here you find a range of useful external ETS resources. For all ETS related CAN Europe publications, go here.

05.06.2016 | Blogs

Here you find a range of useful external coal resources. For all coal related CAN Europe publications, go here.

28.05.2016 | Blogs

 

The EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) is the world’s largest carbon market, covering more than 11 000 industrial and power plants in the EU-28, as well as in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The EU ETS covers about 40% of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions.

26.05.2016 | Blogs

On 24th May, the Members of the European Parliament Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) Committee restated the Parliament’s long-standing call for boosting ambition of the EU 2030 energy savings target to 40%, voting for an own initiative report on the implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED).

23.05.2016 | Blogs

All countries of Southeast Europe are parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and have signed up to the Paris Agreement. Becuase they all seek to join the EU well before 2030, their climate pledges should be in line with the EU’s target - currently set to reduce emissions by at least 40% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels.

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