Climate policies in the EU have been developing since 1990, introducing common measures in the areas of greenhouse gas emissions, renewable energies and energy efficiency. An EU-wide climate policy framework has been developed, implemented, and revised over time. With the 2030 goals set in 2014, specific changes for the post 2020 period are under discussion.Read more
The Vienna Energy Forum 2015 (VEF 2015) will emphasize the multiple benefits of the post-2015 development and climate agendas and showcase the best practices and actions on the ground that can contribute to both agendas. Energy practitioners, policymakers and thought leaders will discuss the interconnections of sustainable energy...Read more
UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Austrian Foreign Ministry.
The Business and Climate Summit (20-21 May 2015) provides a platform to highlight business solutions towards a low-carbon economy and discuss the frameworks and policies needed to deploy low-carbon solutions. It convenes both international business leaders and policymakers to encourage dialogue between public and private actors and to build...Read more
Global Compact Network France and Enterprises pour l'Environnement, with assistance from Caring for Climate and other partners.
The Platts 6th Annual European Power Summit is an event for utilities, renewable energy companies and other key market stakeholders. The central discussion points focus on how to effectively tackle overcapacity, guarantee energy security, set tougher carbon-emission targets and make power greener
Topics of specific relevance to climate policy include: