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Letter to French minister on EASA basic regulation trilogue negotiations

In this letter, T&E, France Nature Environnement and the UECNA (Union Européenne Contre les Nuisances Aériennes) write to France's Minister for Transport, Élisabeth Borne, about the ongoing trilogue negotiations on revisions to the basic regulation of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Published on October 24, 2017 - 12:31

Trade and sustainable development – a chance for innovative thinking

Sustainable development has become one of the EU’s essential goals and is now a guiding principle for both its internal and external policies. As part of this ambition, the European Commission includes specific chapters on Trade and Sustainable Development in all free trade agreements (FTA) that it concludes with third country partners. Due to the controversy surrounding trade in recent years (for example, TTIP and CETA), the European Commission has started to recognise that there needs to be stronger coherence between trade and development policies. This paper looks at how the Trade and Sustainable Development chapters could play a crucial role in this.

Published on October 20, 2017 - 14:18

MEPs back mandatory electrical vehicle charging points in non-residential buildings

Platform for Electro-Mobility reaction to European Parliament ITRE commitee vote on EPBDToday MEPs voted for electric vehicle charging points to be required in all new non-residential buildings. As they are more frequented than private buildings, large non-residential buildings ensure high visibility for and intensive use of EV charging points, the Platform for Electro-Mobility [1] said, welcoming the European Parliament industry committee's decision.

Published on October 11, 2017 - 10:28

The real-world fuel consumption test protocol developed by Groupe PSA, T&E, FNE and Bureau Veritas wins the ECOBEST 2017

The protocol initiated by Groupe PSA to give a fair and clear information to Peugeot, Citroen and DS customers, receives the « ECOBEST 2017 » award for the relevance of its project. The protocol is representative of the average customer consumption, reproducible, and robust. It was co-developed with two ONGs, T&E and FNE, under the supervision of Bureau Veritas which has verified the accuracy and integrity of the results.

Published on October 5, 2017 - 10:00

UK must respect the environment post-Brexit

A new report by T&E has concluded that any preferential access for the United Kingdom to the EU’s internal market must be conditional on the UK agreeing to respect EU environmental standards and climate targets after Brexit. The report, Putting the Environment at the Heart of Brexit, says Britain must not be allowed to gain any advantage through ‘environmental dumping’.

Published on October 3, 2017 - 17:44

Shared mobility event rolls into Paris as city plans autonomous vehicle future

With Paris going to host the 2024 Olympic games, it’s ramping up plans for a shared and autonomous vehicle future. Sometimes seen as a 19th century pre-car capital, the city of light could become the world’s first post-car metropolis. By 2020 all diesel cars will be banned and, by the time the games roll into town, driverless taxis should be making ride after ride – freeing up precious parking space.

Published on October 3, 2017 - 11:49

China’s clean vehicles sales quota a game changer for the EU

Today’s announcement by China of quotas on imports and production for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is a game changer in decarbonising transport and a wake-up call to the EU to not be left behind in cleaning up its car fleet, sustainable transport group Transport & Environment (T&E) has said. The European Commission is considering introducing a zero-emission vehicle sales target in the draft EU car CO2 standards expected in November.

Published on September 28, 2017 - 13:52

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