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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL setting emission performance standards for new passenger cars  and  for new light commercial vehicles as part of the Union's integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles and amending Regulation (EC) No 715/2007 (recast)

Directorate-General for Climate Action
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8 November 2017 - 26 March 2018
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  • Global Medic Force Foundation (Belgium)
    14 February 2018 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    Global Medic Force Foundation (Belgium)

    Global Medic Force would like to point out to the Commission that from a public health perspective, there is clearly a direct correlation between increases in anthropogenic climate change and air pollution-related health conditions, and increases in the national burden of chronic diseases across the EU (particularly from stroke, heart disease, respiratory illness and cancers) and associated premature mortality. Obesity, adiposity and Diabetes ...

  • ICCT - International Council on Clean Transportation (Germany)
    8 February 2018 Academic/research institution

    ICCT - International Council on Clean Transportation (Germany)

    The annual CO2 reduction rates in the EC proposal are less ambitious in absolute and relative terms than the current 2020/21 regulations and fall short of the rate of reduction recommended by the European Parliament in 2013. According to the EC’s impact assessment, meeting its long-term climate goal would require that “by 2050, electrically chargeable vehicles [. . . ] represent about 68–72% of all light duty vehicles on the roads.” Yet EC...

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    30 Januar 2018 EU citizen

    Anonymous (Germany)

    Die Verordnung zur Festsetzung von Emissionsnormen für neue Personenkraftwagen lehne ich, als EU-Bürger, vor allem als deutscher Staatsbürger und im Interesse von 1,4 Millionen Diesel-Fahrzeugbesitzern entschieden ab. Der Druck der vor allem auf Deutschland gemacht wird ist un­ver­hält­nis­mä­ßig. Während in Deutschland in fast allen Großstädten Umweltzonen eingeführt wurden, in welche nur Fahrzeuge mit mindestens Abgasnorm EURO4 Zufahrt haben...

  • EUROBAT (Italy)
    24 January 2018 Business association

    EUROBAT (Italy)

    EUROBAT, the Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers, welcomes the new proposal of the European Commission to decarbonize the transport sector. Batteries will be fundamental to deliver the target of lowering the average CO2 emission by 30% until 2030 (compared to 2021) for new passenger vehicles and vans, proposed today by the European Commission: batteries of different technologies already deliver important CO2...

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