International Climate Policy

Here you’ll find our articles on COP26, Key Agreements and many more!


On April 20, 2022, the following was covered: Mending EU gas policy was discussed and fast-tracked for negotiations; Purchasing a ... read more
Certain commodities (maize and rubberware) are increasing deforestation and need urgent regulation. Indigenous people highly rely on forest ecosystems and ... read more
The colour code tells you which energy type was used to produce the hydrogen in gas form. Currently 95% of ... read more
The Social Climate Fund was set up to cushion the impacts of the extended ETS and direct investment into energy. ... read more
On the 14th and 16th of March various important meetings took place for tackling key topics such as the Alternative ... read more
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The current Russian aggression in Ukraine is significantly affecting EU Energy policies. Hydrogen holds potential for delinking EU gas demands ... read more
Energy efficiency means being independent from Russia’s oil and gas, focusing on renewable energy sources and innovation at EU level. ... read more
Energy taxation should take into account the mix of energy, energy poverty and monitoring, and the difference between the Member ... read more
On March 17th, the Environmental Council met to discuss the extension of the ETS to road transport and buildings and ... read more
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin said in an interview for Fox News on 19th of December that he could no longer ... read more