Développement durable

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Study
189 pages

Cette étude vise à définir un cadre pour la reconnaissance juridique des droits de la nature dans l'ordre juridique de l'UE, en tant que condition préalable à une relation différente et améliorée entre les êtres humains et la nature. Cet objectif devrait éventuellement être atteint grâce à l'élaboration d'une charte européenne des droits fondamentaux de la nature.

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2020
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4 pages

La mission principale de l’Observatoire du développement durable du CESE (ODD) est de promouvoir la durabilité dans l’UE en favorisant la prospérité économique, l’inclusion sociale et la responsabilité environnementale d’une manière intégrée et équilibrée. Ses membres proviennent d’un large éventail de groupes d’intérêt, disposant d’une expertise dans tous les domaines de nos travaux et de vastes contacts avec les organisations de la société civile dans les États membres de l’UE.

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2020
01/07/2019
Presentation
Statement by
Luca Jahier, EESC President

Finland assumes today, for the third time in its history, the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. We all agree there is no other alternative than accelerate sustainability. The faster the transition, the better it will be for prosperity and democracy in Europe. I strongly welcome the clear message from President Antti Rinne “A key priority of Finland’s Presidency is the EU’s global leadership in climate action.”

 

 

21/06/2019
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Statement by
Luca Jahier, EESC President

As EESC President, I welcome the new strategic agenda for 2019-2024 adopted on Thursday by the European heads of state and government. There is no other alternative than to strengthen the role of the European Union in an increasing volatile and unsettled changing world. At the last European elections, citizens have given us five years to build the Europe of tomorrow. We cannot waste this new chance and deliver business-as-usual. Now it is the right time to show great European leadership to deliver a genuine #rEUnaissance and ensure a strong sustainable development vision for tomorrow's Europe.

06/06/2019
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Luca Jahier, EESC President

Less than two weeks ago, the citizens of Europe expressed their democratic right and voted in the European elections. For the first time in the EU elections' history, the turnout was higher than in the previous round and higher than in any European election since 1994. Clearly, the legitimate concerns over climate change and environment were on top of the agenda of voters in many European countries and also in all the four main political forces.

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