Transport & Environment (T&E), Danish Ecological council, NABU and the European Climate Foundation (ECF) invite you to discuss "Decarbonisation of International Shipping: policy measure options, and how to pay for the transition".
Transport & Environment (T&E), with the financial support of Umweltbundesamt (UBA), is convening a policy discussion on the contribution of shipping to the EU's emissions reduction targets for 2030. The event will bring together high-profile speakers from industry, governments and academia and NGOs to discuss how the sector can carries its fair share of the burden to meet the objectives of the Paris climate agreement.
This event has taken place. Click here to download a summary. Some of the presentations can be downloaded below.A lunchtime debate, Aviation and climate change – destination unknown?, will be hosted by Lucy Anderson MEP (S&D) and Bas Eickhout MEP (Greens/EFA) and organised by Transport & Environment with the financial support of Umwelt Bundes Amt.
On 3 July, the Commission released draft new guidelines on State aid to the aviation industry. Citizens have until 25 September to comment. T&E estimate that about €3bn a year goes to the aviation industry across the EU and the Airports Council International (ACI) have estimated that airports under-recover about €4bn in airport costs a year.
A major international conference on the future of lorry charging to achieve a cleaner, smarter and more competitive Europe.
T&E's 20th anniversary conference.
Barcelona, 24-25 April 2008
T&E, kindly supported by the Catalan Transit Service and the Department of territorial policy and public works of the Government of Catalonia, will host a conference to discuss the feasibility of application of road charging for lorries in Catalonia and Spain. The programme aims to foster debate amongst logistics professionals, transport operators, public administration and NGOs. See www.eurovineta.es for details and registration.
On 9 April 2008, the Slovenian Presidency of the EU in cooperation with T&E, the European Federation for Transport and Environment, hosted a major international conference on the future of road charging in Europe. The discussion focussed on economic, technical and political aspects of road charging for HGVs and experiences in Europe, in the context of the preparation of a new EU legislative framework on fair and efficient pricing.
Two-day visit / briefing on the practical and political dimensions of the Stockholm road pricing experience.
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