Our European Public Policy team is pleased to share with you our monthly newsletter, Sustainability Outlook – European Union which looks at key developments in EU sustainability law and policy.
This month is a particularly packed issues as the European Commission has proposed a range of climate proposals.
This month’s edition includes the following:
- European Commission proposes landmark “Fit for 55” package of climate and energy legislation
- European Commission proposes a revision of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
- European Commission proposes a revision of the Renewables Energy Directive
- European Commission proposes a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM)
- European countries announce their intention to restrict PFAS
- European Commission plans simplification and digitalisation of labelling requirements for chemicals
- European Commission issues a draft amendment of the REACH authorisation list; does not include BPA
- ECHA seeks views on applications for the authorisation process
- ECHA publishes a study finding that trichloroethylene (TCE) has mostly been substituted with perchloroethylene (PERC) in metal parts cleaning
- EU court rejects actions regarding siloxanes
- European Commission body prepares new emission norms for chemical industry
- European Parliament adopts a position on the eighth Environment Action Programme (EAP)
- European Commission opens a call for proposals on environment and climate funding
- EU co-legislators reach a provisional agreement on access to justice in environmental matters
- European Court of Auditors publishes a report on the polluter pays principle (PPP)
- European Commission proposes a new General Product Safety Regulation
- Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) confirms that it will appeal Dutch carbon emission ruling
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