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De Meo: Europe urgently needs a holistic approach to automotive industry challenges

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-11-30

Emphasising that Europe and its automotive industry are now at a turning point, Mr de Meo urgently called for a holistic approach to automotive industry challenges. …

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40% of businesses have seen revenue growth from investments in supply chain sustainability, and 34% have seen cost savings, according to DNV report

News from Brussels DNV - 2023-11-29

Following a survey of 525 Europe-based business leaders and management personnel in companies with more than US$250 m in annual global turnover, the report set out to investigate the real-world influence of sustainable practices on busin …

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IRU sets scene on commercial road transport decarbonisation ahead of COP28

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-11-29

On the eve of COP28 kicking off in Dubai, leading political, industry, academic and civil society figures have come to together at the World Green Economy Summit in the city.  …

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Auto industry CEOs set out roadmap for future-proof EU mobility ecosystem

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-11-29

“Our sector is in the midst of the biggest transformation in over a century,” said Mr de Meo, who is also CEO of Renault Group. “There is no question for us about the need to decarbonise. …

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EU member states seek solution for EV tariffs between EU and UK

News from Brussels electrive.com - 2023-11-29

There is finally some movement in the decision-making process on electric car tariffs between the European Union and Great Britain: According to information from Bloomberg, the EU Commission has now informally presented thr …

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Here’s how to make ESG ratings true indicators of sustainability

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-29

At present, the ESG ratings landscape looks like the Wild West. Unregulated and opaque. Major polluters are getting high ESG scores despite their poor track record. …

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Call for an action plan for future proofed grids

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-27

Charge Up European and T&E are making a joint call for future proofed grids drafted with technical input from the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), asking for: …

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Joint call: Leasing companies should step up climate ambition and become real green leaders

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-23

An alliance of 20+ NGOs and consumer organisations across Europe are uniting and calling on Europe’s top 7 leasing companies – Alphabet, Arval, Athlon, Ayvens, Leasys, Mobilize and Volkswagen Financial Services – to accelerate their tran …

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Parliament vote on trucks CO2 standards: more support needed for clean affordable fuels for shipping

News from Brussels ECSA - 2023-11-22

ECSA welcomes the outcome of yesterday’s European Parliament vote on the new Carbon Dioxide standards for h …

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Can road transport absorb the doubling of EU toll rates at short notice?

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-11-22

In 2022, the EU adopted a new legislative framework for road user charges. Member States are expected to transpose the new rules into national legislation by the end of March 2024. …

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