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Igangværende (updated on 21/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/902-EESC-2021

This opinion examines how European legislation on circular public procurement can combine the main purpose of the contract with environmental protection, greater attention to SMEs, sustainable local production and the protection of social rights. This can be achieved by seeking and favouring solutions with a lower impact on the environment throughout their lifespan.

Informationsnote: Towards circular procurement

Igangværende (updated on 21/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/912-EESC-2020
Plenarforsamling: 
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Jan 27, 2021 Jan 28, 2021

The report provides a general outline of the measures adopted by the European Commission in the field of competition policy in 2019.

Sektionens udtalelse: Annual competition policy report 2019

Igangværende (updated on 21/01/2021)
Reference: 
NAT/803-EESC-2020
Plenarforsamling: 
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Jan 27, 2021 Jan 28, 2021

The Commission aims for more ambitious 2030 emissions reduction targets, both in the EU and internationally. President von der Leyen wants the EU to lead international negotiations to raise the ambition of other major emitters by 2021, and has pledged to put forward a comprehensive, responsible plan to increase the European Union's emissions reduction target for 2030, from 40 % towards 55 %. The plan should ensure a level playing field and stimulate innovation, competitiveness and jobs, based on social, economic and environmental impact assessments.

The 2030 climate plan Communication, adopted on 17th September 2020, sets out the proposed targets, as well as potential implications for the overall regulatory and enabling framework. It describes the overall architecture of policy measures to be put in place to achieve that target.

Sektionens udtalelse: Stepping up Europe's Climate Ambition (Communication)

Igangværende (updated on 20/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/928-EESC-2021
Plenarforsamling: 
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Apr 27, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

The Digital Markets Act addresses the negative consequences arising from certain behaviours by platforms acting as digital “gatekeepers” to the single market.

Informationsnote: Digital Markets Act

Igangværende (updated on 18/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/929-EESC-2021
Plenarforsamling: 
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Apr 27, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

The landscape of digital services is significantly different today from 20 years ago, when the eCommerce Directive was adopted. Online intermediaries have become vital players in the digital transformation. Online platforms in particular have created significant benefits for consumers and innovation, but at the same time, they can be used as a vehicle for disseminating illegal content, or selling illegal goods or services online.

Informationsnote: Digital Services Act

Igangværende (updated on 15/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/918-EESC-2020
Plenarforsamling: 
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

On 9 September 2020, the European Commission adopted its first annual Strategic Foresight Report, presenting Commission’s strategy to integrate strategic foresight into EU policy-making. Strategic foresight aims to identify emerging challenges and opportunities to better steer the European Union's strategic choices and to inform major policy initiatives. It will support the Commission in designing future-proof policies and legislation that serves both the current needs and longer-term aspirations of European citizens.

 

Informationsnote: Strategic foresight

Igangværende (updated on 15/01/2021)
Reference: 
INT/922-EESC-2020
Plenarforsamling: 
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Apr 27, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

With the New Consumer Agenda, the European Commission wants consumers to be key drivers in the green and digital transitions and key actors in the economic recovery.

Informationsnote: A new consumer agenda

Igangværende (updated on 12/01/2021)
Reference: 
SOC/662-EESC-2020
Plenarforsamling: 
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

Informationsnote: Teleworking and gender equality - conditions so that teleworking does not exacerbate the unequal distribution of unpaid care and domestic work between women and men and for it to be an engine for promoting gender equality

Igangværende (updated on 11/01/2021)
Reference: 
CCMI/178-EESC
Plenarforsamling: 
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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

Batteries placed on the EU market should become sustainable, high-performing and safe all along their entire life cycle. This means batteries that are produced with the lowest possible environmental impact, using materials obtained in full respect of human rights as well as social and ecological standards. Batteries have to be long-lasting and safe, and at the end of their life, they should be repurposed, remanufactured or recycled, feeding valuable materials back into the economy.

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