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Transport 14-12-2021

Ask For The Road: Neste on How Fit-for-55 Can Offer Clear Directions

There is an old proverb that says “those who ask for the road don’t get lost.” That may be so, but passenger traffic is predicted to exceed 80,000 billion kilometres globally by 2030. That’s a lot of road: and a lot of emissions. New priorities will have to shape tomorrow’s mobility.

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The EU forest-based value chain, a strategic resource for a sustainable future

What if consumers were empowered to make the EU green recovery happen by choosing truly green and circular products, ask Jori Ringman and Viveka Beckeman. Jori Ringman is the Director-General of the Confederation of European Paper Industries (Cepi) and Viveka Beckeman...

Four policies to shift the needle to net-zero emissions

In order to achieve the EU's goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, bolder strategies are needed to drive sufficient change, writes Måns Nilsson.

Climate change is a key priority for Sibiu summit on Future of Europe

Investors are clear, as global leaders in addressing climate change, it is vital for the EU to send strong, long-term signals about how it will fulfil – and indeed, step up – its commitment to meeting the goals of the...

Carbon neutrality by 2050 makes sense

To stay within the boundaries of the Paris Agreement, Europe needs to accelerate efforts to achieve a carbon neutral future and put climate change at the top of the EU agenda. Frank van der Vloed highlights five key steps that are critical for businesses to make the transition.
Energy 12-11-2018

Europe’s path to carbon neutrality: A move to ‘sobriété énergétique’?

What is 'sobriété énergétique' and what is its role in pushing Europe towards its carbon reduction goals? Kamila Waciega explains.  
Climate change 28-08-2017

Carbon neutrality by 2050: An ambitious and focused objective

In 2050, France will have to be carbon neutral. An objective that should prompt to action, accord to Renaud Bettin.