Die Europäische Union hat ambitioniertere Klimaziele festgelegt. Bis 2030 sollen die Treibhausgasemissionen um 55 Prozent im Vergleich zu 1990 reduziert werden. Am 14. Juli wird die EU-Kommission das wichtigste Maßnahmenpaket zur Erreichung dieses ambitionierten Ziels vorstellen – das „Fit für 55“-Paket.Hier klicken, um die Aufzeichnung der Veranstaltung anzuschauen.
With shipping’s global emissions expected to rise by as much as 50% until mid-century, shipping urgently needs to start decarbonising. As the sector expects the first-ever EU regulation to switch to sustainable alternative fuels, the FuelEU Maritime, it is high time to answer the right questions.Watch event recording
Direct air capture (DAC) - which removes CO2 directly from the air - holds one of the keys to aviation's decarbonisation, as it is essential for producing green e-kerosene. Click here to watch the recordingClick here to read the report
As the European Commission finalises its long awaited Fit-for-55 package, leading politicians and industry experts joined our keynote speakers Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President European Commission, and Michael Liebriech, BloombergNEF Founder, to discuss the future of the automotive sector and how to regulate it.Watch the full event where our experts and insiders analysed the EU's progress and policies on vehicle emissions, electric vehicle supply, infrastructure and jobs to answer the key questions: When can we go to zero? What do we need to get there on time?
Emissions from new vans have not decreased in three years and vans are now the EU's fastest growing source of road transport emissions.The EU's CO2 targets are so weak, most vanmakers are able to meet them without selling a single electric vehicle. If action isn't taken now to get more electric vans on the road, the sector will fail to decarbonise in time.Ahead of the revision of the EU regulation on van CO2 emissions standards, join our webinar exploring what the EU needs to do to kickstart the electric van market.
If aviation is to decarbonise by 2050, we need a strong aviation fuel policy. With the European Union set to unveil targets for sustainable aviation fuel in 2021, a group of major European aviation companies, as well as research organisations and environmental groups, are calling for a more stringent approach to sustainability.
Derzeit stehen viele Flugzeuge auf dem Boden. Der Luftverkehr ist wie kaum eine andere Branche von der Corona-Pandemie betroffen. Doch das Fernweh wird in Zeiten der andauernden Lock-Downs nur noch größer. So hoffen viele darauf, dass der Flugbetrieb nach erfolgreichem Impfstart schrittweise wieder auf das übliche Niveau zurückkommt.
The world is facing both a health and a climate crisis. The aviation sector is particularly affected by the pandemic due to travel restrictions and drop in demand.
T&E's latest report on the emission problem of PHEVs, presenting vehicle test results and what they mean for CO2 standards.
Transport & Environment is organising a webinar on zero-emission trucks for EU policy-makers to answer technical questions on the topic