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I-134441
Reference: I-134441
Date: 08/03/2017
Duration: 05:18

I-134435
Tripartite Social Summit
Reference: I-134435
Date: 08/03/2017
Duration: 02:56

I-134436
Tripartite Social Summit
Reference: I-134436
Date: 08/03/2017
Duration: 37:13

I-134440
Tripartite Social Summit
Reference: I-134440
Date: 08/03/2017
Duration: 00:53

I-134921
Reference: I-134921
Date: 07/03/2017
Duration: 02:02:24

I-134922
Reference: I-134922
Date: 07/03/2017
Duration: 01:59:41

I-134456
Reference: I-134456
Date: 28/02/2017
Duration: 02:16:24

I-134135
Environment Council, 3522nd meeting
On 28 February 2017, Jose A. Herrera, Maltese Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change, chaired the 3522nd Council of Environment, in Brussels. During the meeting, EU environment ministers discussed the revision of the emissions trading system (ETS) and tried to agree on a general approach (Council’s negotiating position). This served as the basis for negotiations with the European Parliament. The ETS is one of the EU’s main tools to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Its review is part of the EU’s climate action to fulfil its commitment under the Paris Agreement. Ministers discussed the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and what it meant for the EU’s environmental policy. They also looked at the Commission communication on next steps for a sustainable European future and consider how to put the 17 sustainable development goals into practice, what the priorities should be and how to involve citizens and businesses. In the context of the European Semester process, they also exchanged views on the 2017 annual growth survey and identify any missing elements regarding sustainable development and environment. They also discussed the environmental implementation review, a new tool for addressing implementation gaps on environmental legislation and policy that includes 28 country reports. Ministers had a closer look at the country reports over lunch, when they exchanged views on common challenges and share best practices. Under any other business, the Council was also briefed on the latest developments regarding the action plan for the circular economy, aviation emissions, the follow-up to the Paris Agreement and environmental concerns regarding a Belarus power plant, among other issues. This video shows the extracts from the press conference of Jose A. Herrera and Miguel Arias Cañete, Member of the EC in charge of Climate Action and Energy.
Reference: I-134135
Date: 28/02/2017
Duration: 02:55

I-134130
Environment Council, 3522nd meeting
On 28 February 2017, Jose A. Herrera, Maltese Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change, chaired the 3522nd Council of Environment, in Brussels. During the meeting, EU environment ministers discussed the revision of the emissions trading system (ETS) and tried to agree on a general approach (Council’s negotiating position). This served as the basis for negotiations with the European Parliament. The ETS is one of the EU’s main tools to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Its review is part of the EU’s climate action to fulfil its commitment under the Paris Agreement. Ministers discussed the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and what it meant for the EU’s environmental policy. They also looked at the Commission communication on next steps for a sustainable European future and consider how to put the 17 sustainable development goals into practice, what the priorities should be and how to involve citizens and businesses. In the context of the European Semester process, they also exchanged views on the 2017 annual growth survey and identify any missing elements regarding sustainable development and environment. They also discussed the environmental implementation review, a new tool for addressing implementation gaps on environmental legislation and policy that includes 28 country reports. Ministers had a closer look at the country reports over lunch, when they exchanged views on common challenges and share best practices. Under any other business, the Council was also briefed on the latest developments regarding the action plan for the circular economy, aviation emissions, the follow-up to the Paris Agreement and environmental concerns regarding a Belarus power plant, among other issues. This video shows the extracts from the press conference of Jose A. Herrera and Miguel Arias Cañete, Member of the EC in charge of Climate Action and Energy.
Reference: I-134130
Date: 28/02/2017
Duration: 13:49

I-134139
Environment Council, 3522th meeting
On 28 February 2017, Jose A. Herrera, Maltese Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change, chaired the 3522nd Council of Environment, in Brussels. During the meeting, EU environment ministers discussed the revision of the emissions trading system (ETS) and tried to agree on a general approach (Council’s negotiating position). This served as the basis for negotiations with the European Parliament. The ETS is one of the EU’s main tools to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Its review is part of the EU’s climate action to fulfil its commitment under the Paris Agreement. Ministers discussed the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and what it meant for the EU’s environmental policy. They also looked at the Commission communication on next steps for a sustainable European future and consider how to put the 17 sustainable development goals into practice, what the priorities should be and how to involve citizens and businesses. In the context of the European Semester process, they also exchanged views on the 2017 annual growth survey and identify any missing elements regarding sustainable development and environment. They also discussed the environmental implementation review, a new tool for addressing implementation gaps on environmental legislation and policy that includes 28 country reports. Ministers had a closer look at the country reports over lunch, when they exchanged views on common challenges and share best practices. Under any other business, the Council was also briefed on the latest developments regarding the action plan for the circular economy, aviation emissions, the follow-up to the Paris Agreement and environmental concerns regarding a Belarus power plant, among other issues. This video shows the inside of the buidling Europa, the arrivals of the ministers and of Miguel Arias Cañete, Member of the EC in charge of Climate Action and Energy, and the round table.
Reference: I-134139
Date: 28/02/2017
Duration: 05:43

I-133928
Participation of Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President of the EC, in the Capital markets Summit 2017
Reference: I-133928
Date: 23/02/2017
Duration: 31:38

I-133585
Reference: I-133585
Date: 20/02/2017
Duration: 07:04

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European Commission - Press release Brussels, 22 March 2017 As part of the celebrations of the 60 years of the Treaties of Rome, the Commission will bring Ministers together tomorrow to progress on high-performance computing, connected mobility and industry digitisation. Initiatives to support digital skills will also be discussed.
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European Commission - Press release Brussels, 22 March 2017 The European Commission has proposed new rules to enable Member States' competition authorities to be more effective enforcers of EU antitrust rules. The proposal seeks to make sure they have all the tools they require to achieve this.


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