This paper is a six-point reaction to transport-specific elements of a draft Energy Union Communication from 30 January 2015.
T&E supports an integrated impact assessment that seeks to examine impacts across the economic, environmental and social areas. In July 2014, the European Commission opened a public consultation on the revision of its impact assessment guidelines and asked stakeholders to respond to a questionnaire. In its response, T&E stated its concern that economic impacts – typically on an affected industry – are often assessed in impressive detail while the assessment of environmental and other societal impacts benefits is often incomplete.
This paper is a response from Transport & Environment to the consultation in the context of the European Commission Green Paper ‘A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies’. The response focuses on the framework for EU climate and energy policies in transport.
T&E's Annual Review for 2012.
Briefing on how Europe should provide incentives for greener transport projects in its transport spending plans.
On 29 June 2011, the Commission proposed a new seven-year EU budget (Multiannual Financial Framework, MFF) that covers EU public expenditure between 2014 and 2020. This paper summarises the transport-relevant parts of the MFF and attempts to check whether it can help ‘decarbonise’ the transport sector.
T&E's Annual Review for 2010.
T&E letter to vice president Kallas on the transport white paper.
A report on concrete solutions to put an end to environmentally harmful subsidies within the EU Budget.