Euroopa roheline kokkulepe

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11. detsembril 2019 esitles Euroopa Komisjon Euroopa rohelist kokkulepet, korrates ELi võetud kohustust tegeleda kliima- ja keskkonnaprobleemidega, mis on selle põlvkonna jaoks määrava tähtsusega ülesanne. Euroopa rohelise kokkuleppe eesmärk on muuta EL nüüdisaegseks, ressursitõhusaks ja konkurentsivõimeliseks majanduseks, tagades et

  • kasvuhoonegaaside netoheide kaob 2050. aastaks;
  • majanduskasv muutub ressursikasutusest sõltumatuks;
  • ühtegi inimest ega kohta ei jäeta kõrvale.

Euroopa rohelise kokkuleppe täitmiseks viib EL ellu ulatusliku algatuste paketi, mis hõlmab poliitilisi ja seadusandlikke ettepanekuid ning rahastamisvahendite väljatöötamist ja ajakohastamist.

Komitee on kutsunud üles sõlmima rohelist ja sotsiaalset kokkulepet, rõhutades tihedat seost rohelise kokkuleppe ja sotsiaalse õigluse vahel. Selleks et homsed kestlikud ja konkurentsivõimelised ettevõtted saaksid edeneda tervislikus keskkonnas, on oluline kuulda kõigi sidusrühmade häält.

Euroopa rohelises kokkuleppes pandi suurt rõhku investeeringutele ning rohe- ja kestliku ülemineku rahastamisele. Roheline kokkulepe on Euroopa peamine vahend COVID-19 pandeemiast väljumiseks. Euroopa rohelist kokkulepet rahastatakse ühe kolmandikuga taasterahastu „NextGenerationEU“ taastekava 1,8 triljoni euro suurustest investeeringutest ja ELi seitsmeaastasest eelarvest. Rahastamisvõimaluste suurendamise eesmärk on muuta kriis võimaluseks Euroopa tulevik ümber kujundada.

Komiteel on oluline roll Euroopa rohelise kokkuleppe algatuste ja meetmete rakendamise järelevalves. Komitee koostab arvamusi ja korraldab tegevusi (vt selle lehekülje vasakus servas olevat kõrvalmenüüd) eesmärgiga tagada, et ELi institutsioonid võtavad arvesse organiseeritud kodanikuühiskonna seisukohti ning rohelise kokkuleppe algatused on kooskõlas majandusliku, sotsiaalse ja ühiskondliku olukorraga kohapeal.

Kuna Euroopa roheline kokkulepe on olemuselt valdkonnaülene ja kõikehõlmav, käsitlevad seda kõik komitee sektsioonid ja CCMI.

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