Posts Tagged: European Policy Centre (EPC)

New Beginnings at QCEA

When asked recently what interested me most about European politics, my answer was that this is a sector that is constantly evolving. Europe never stands still. This constant change brings with it exciting new ideas, challenges and opportunities that I

New Beginnings at QCEA

When asked recently what interested me most about European politics, my answer was that this is a sector that is constantly evolving. Europe never stands still. This constant change brings with it exciting new ideas, challenges and opportunities that I

Water Policy within resource efficiency: To be or not to be like the Danes?

The Danish Presidency of the European Union has begun. With it, it brings fresh ideas and approaches to push forward a green growth economy for Europe. Denmark itself already has a head start on the majority of EU countries, as it

Water Policy within resource efficiency: To be or not to be like the Danes?

The Danish Presidency of the European Union has begun. With it, it brings fresh ideas and approaches to push forward a green growth economy for Europe. Denmark itself already has a head start on the majority of EU countries, as it

The Future of Europe’s Energy Infrastructure: Permits, Grids, Renewables, Nuclear

Energy infrastructure is a fundamental requirement for the production and supply of energy, which is the linchpin of our economies and societies. But with increasing demand, the necessity of reducing greenhouse gasses, falling reserves of traditional forms of fuel, price

The Future of Europe’s Energy Infrastructure: Permits, Grids, Renewables, Nuclear

Energy infrastructure is a fundamental requirement for the production and supply of energy, which is the linchpin of our economies and societies. But with increasing demand, the necessity of reducing greenhouse gasses, falling reserves of traditional forms of fuel, price

How at home is the EU with energy efficiency? The new energy efficiency directive and the role of housing

In June this year, the Commission published a proposal for a new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), the follow-up from the February 2011 Energy Efficiency Plan. This has been widely criticised by environmental organizations for allowing states to opt to take

How at home is the EU with energy efficiency? The new energy efficiency directive and the role of housing

In June this year, the Commission published a proposal for a new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), the follow-up from the February 2011 Energy Efficiency Plan. This has been widely criticised by environmental organizations for allowing states to opt to take

Corruption in climate governance – why is it an issue for Europe?

The European Policy Centre, in cooperation with Transparency International (TI) hosted a Policy Dialogue on Corruption in climate governance – why is it an issue for Europe? on May 18th. The dialogue considered the contents of TI’s “Global Corruption Report

Corruption in climate governance – why is it an issue for Europe?

The European Policy Centre, in cooperation with Transparency International (TI) hosted a Policy Dialogue on Corruption in climate governance – why is it an issue for Europe? on May 18th. The dialogue considered the contents of TI’s “Global Corruption Report