Revue des blogs – lundi 28 septembre 2015

Measuring and assessing sustainable development goals, Carlo Carraro’s blog, 28/09/2015

The United Nations General Assembly discussed and approved the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during theUnited Nations Sustainable Development Summit held in New York on September 25th to 27th. The Sustainable Development Agenda adopted by the Assembly foresees 17 goals to be reached by 2030, with the aim of ending extreme poverty, reducing inequality, promoting education worldwide, improving health conditions, and dealing with climate change over the next 15 years… lire la suite

The state of climate-related negotiations: modest steps in the right direction / Brian Flannery & Jaime de Melo, Vox, 28/09/2015

Meeting China’s Climate Goals: An Expert Discussion / Jessica Wentz, Climate Law blog, 24/09/2015

Earlier this week, the Sabin Center and the Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) co-hosted a panel discussion on Meeting China’s Climate Goals. The event was convened to discuss how China can shift its economy away from coal-fired power generation, improve energy efficiency, and increase the share of low carbon energy sources in its economy, and how the US and China can work together to promote their shared climate objectives… lire la suite

Le prix du carbone devrait dépasser les 70 ou 80 euros pour permettre l’utilisation de technologie comme le captage et stockage du CO2 (CSC), estime Ian Duncan, l’eurodéputé écossais rapporteur sur la réforme du marché du carbone. .. lire la suite

The EU 2030 Climate and Energy Framework: Keeping up the pressure on governance structures / Simone Tagliapietra and Georg Zachmann , Bruegel blog, 17/09/2015

In 2009 the EU adopted three targets (see chart) to meet its energy policy objectives of developing a sustainable, secure and competitive energy system. The targets were translated into nationally binding legislation in 2009 (A revised ETS, Effort Sharing Decision, Renewable Energy Directive) and in 2012 (Energy Efficiency Directive)… lire la suite

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