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in Erarbeitung (updated on 15/10/2021)
Referenz: 
ECO/567-EESC-2021

The Commission intends to renew its strategic partnership with the outermost regions, adapting it to the EU priorities on green and digital transition for a stronger recovery after the coronavirus pandemic. The new Communication is expected to be published in April 2022. In this context, the forthcoming French EU Presidency, aims to conclude together with the other EU Member States this new strategic approach to the outermost regions for a green, digital and fair recovery.

Informationsvermerk: The benefits of the outermost regions for the Union

in Erarbeitung (updated on 14/10/2021)
Referenz: 
INT/965-EESC-05118

The upcoming French Presidency of the Council of the European Union asked the EESC to prepare an opinion on the role of innovative financial tools in the development of enterprises with a social impact.

Composition of the study group

Administrator in charge: Colombe GREGOIRE

Assistant: Tanja STANOVNIK

in Erarbeitung (updated on 13/10/2021)
Referenz: 
ECO/556-EESC-2021
Plenartagung: 
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Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The EESC strongly believes in the importance of the next Semester cycle as a key instrument for implementing the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

However, it is still concerned about the lack of clarity in most Member States as regards their National Recovery and Resilience Plan governance systems and the distribution of responsibilities for their implementation.

The EESC would also draw attention to the need to measure progress in implementation, for which good monitoring indicators are needed; in this connection it welcomes the "Recovery and Resilience Scoreboard" initiative.

Moreover, the COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the need for a strong industrial policy to avoid dependence on other economic zones for many products and services.

Stellungnahme der Fachgruppe: Annual Sustainable Growth Strategy 2021 (additional opinion)

in Erarbeitung (updated on 13/10/2021)
Referenz: 
CCMI/178-EESC-2021
Plenartagung: 
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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.

Stellungnahme des Ausschusses: Sustainability requirements for batteries in the EU

in Erarbeitung (updated on 13/10/2021)
Referenz: 
INT/935-EESC-2021
Plenartagung: 
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Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The Communication is intended to update the previous Communication (COM (2020) 102 final) adopted on 10 March 2020 at the dawn of the COVID-19 crisis, taking into account the latest developments related in particular to the pandemic.

Stellungnahme der Fachgruppe: Updating the new industrial strategy

in Erarbeitung (updated on 13/10/2021)
Referenz: 
CCMI/180-EESC-2021-2021-02384
Plenartagung: 
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Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The EU is the world's biggest producer of glass with a market share of around one third of total world production. The industry is known for the quality of its products, its capacity for technological innovation and its skilled labour force. The glass industries comprise five sectors covering different glass products, applications and markets: containers, flat glass, glass fibre, special glasses and domestic glass.

Stellungnahme der Fachgruppe: Glass in Europe at a crossroads: delivering a greener, energy-efficient industry, while enhancing competitiveness and maintaining quality jobs (own-initiative opinion)

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Agenda - Hearing on Glass in Europe - CCMI/180

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