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Energy 12-12-2016

Fischer: Gas can flow via Nord Stream 2

Western companies should participate in managing the Ukrainian gas transit system, German Energy Envoy Peter Fischer told EURACTIV Slovakia at the SET Plan – Central European Energy Conference X in Bratislava.
Climate change 28-01-2015

Laurence Tubiana: ‘EU-China climate agreement is conceivable’

Climate change specialist Laurence Tubiana is the negotiator representing France at the 2015 Paris Climate Conference. She took the time to share her views on of the discussions between the world's biggest CO2 emitters with EURACTIV France.
Climate change 16-12-2010

Scholar: ‘China is entering global renewables market’

A cocktail of climate damage, geopolitics and the quest for new markets is fueling a rapid Chinese move into renewable technologies such as wind, solar and wave power, Miranda Schreurs, director of the Environmental Policy Research Institute at the Freie Universität Berlin, told EURACTIV in an interview. 
Development Policy 11-12-2009

NGOs: UN carbon-offsetting scheme ‘in urgent need of reform’

International carbon emission offsets are likely to continue to be based on the UN's Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), as the EU's proposal to replace it with sectoral crediting will not be feasible for years to come, Eva Filzmoser, coordinator at CDM Watch, told EURACTIV in an interview.

MEP ‘quite hopeful’ of ambitious climate vote

Satu Hassi, the Finnish Green MEP steering a proposal through Parliament on how EU countries should share the "effort" of cutting a fifth of their CO2 emissions by 2020, is optimistic that an ambitious result will be achieved in today's environment committee vote, despite attempts by some member states to water down the bloc's climate policy.
Development Policy 08-07-2008

Kosciusko-Morizet: Climate deal key to ‘EU’s credibility’

Reaching agreement on the EU's energy and climate package before this year's UN conference in Poland is crucial if the bloc is to retain its position as the "motor" of international action on climate change, argues French State Secretary for Ecology Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet in an interview with EURACTIV France.
Transport 14-06-2007

MEP seeks tough line on plane emissions

Including aviation in the EU’s carbon emissions-trading system is the most cost-effective and flexible means of curbing the sector’s fast-growing emissions, German MEP Peter Liese (EPP-ED), Rapporteur on the proposal, told EURACTIV as Parliament prepares to examine the draft Directive.
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