EU Ready to Implement Paris Global Climate Change Agreement
The EU Committee made a report based on its assessment of the Paris Global Climate Change Agreement's interest to EU and that how EU should carry out the deal. The major summary of the report are as follows: 1. The Paris Agreement is the first multilateral agreement on climate change that involves almost all countries in the world. 2. The Paris Agreement should be signed and approved as soon as possible and the council is advised to make the signing decision on behalf of EU. 3. The EU needs to prepare for regular review. 4. Legislation on climate and energy should be legislated in 2030. 5. Energy Transition. The EU needs to optimize the political environment for transformation towards low-carbon economy through the implementation of various policies and tools. 6. Global diplomacy and world sports. The EU needs to step up diplomatic efforts, keep its healthy momentum and support other countries in implementing the Agreement and plans on climate.
- CBCSD and Members Participated and Suggested on the Project for Technical Regulation on Low-carbon Pilot Community
- CBCSD and Members Participated in the APEC Cooperation Network Construction Forum of Green Supply Chain
- Calculation Method of CO2 Emissions in Petroleum and Natural Gas Exploitation Enterprises & Calculation Method of CO2 Emissions in Water Network of Chemical Enterprises
- CBCSD Attended the Workshop for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development and Delivered Introductions
- WBCSD: Tackling the Challenge, How to Make Informed Choices on Forest Product?
- The National New-Type Urbanization Plan Released, Board Members of CBCSD Help the Sustainable Development of Cities
- Board members of CBCSD Actively Participated in the Carbon Trading and International Climate Change Process
- Two industrial Standards Compiled by CBCSD Passed Examination
- Widespread Use of the Achievements Businesses Energy Saving and Greenhouse Gas Management
- CBCSD held Chemical industry enterprise value chain (range 3) greenhouse gas emissions, accounting and reporting guidelines