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Tuairimí a glacadh on 23/02/2022
Tagairt: 
NAT/843-EESC-2021
Seisiún iomlánach: 
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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 24, 2022

This "Chapeau Communication" gives an overview of the different proposals of the 'Fit for 55' package as well as their linkages and explains the toolbox of policy measures chosen in order to attain an overall balance between fairness, emission reductions and competitiveness.

Tuairim ó CESE: 'Fit for 55': delivering the EU's 2030 Climate Target on the way to climate neutrality

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
INT/960-EESC-2021-04839
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

The EESC :

Tuairim ó CESE: CO2 emission performance standards for new passenger cars and new light commercial vehicles

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
ECO/567-EESC-2021
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

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. More specifically, the Presidency plans to adopt Council conclusions on outermost regions that are going to be presented in the GAC (General Affairs Council) on June 2022. The French Presidency asks the contribution of civil society organisations on the new priorities for the strategic approach and partnership with these regions. 

Tuairim ó CESE: The benefits of the outermost regions for the European Union

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
INT/945-EESC-2021-03554-00-00-AC-TRA
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) face challenges in the area of digitalisation and access to artificial intelligence, but this segment can take great advantage of the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence.

The main objective of the opinion is to propose concrete measures which can be easily implemented in order to avoid MSMEs being “left behind” from the transition to artificial intelligence. The main issues to be addressed are: the use of new technologies to offer innovative products and services and strengthen Europe’s capacity to invest in disruptive innovations; create closer links in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) between universities and public administration, on the one hand, and businesses, in particular SMEs and micro-enterprises, on the other; support the MSMEs in recruiting and ensuring skills development for their employees to cope with the technological changes brought about by AI; facilitate the access to EU funding.

Tuairim ó CESE: Developing Artificial Intelligence in European micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs)

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
INT/961-EESC-2021
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

The proposal builds on 2030 Digital Compass, in which the Commission laid out the vision for a successful digital transformation of Europe's economy and society by the end of the decade. It introduces now a robust governance framework to reach the digital targets in the form of a Path to the Digital Decade.

Tuairim ó CESE: Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the 2030 Policy Programme “Path to the Digital Decade”

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
INT/964-EESC-2021
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

The upcoming French Presidency of the Council of the European Union asked the EESC to prepare an opinion on how the industrial ecosystems identified by the Commission will contribute to the EU's strategic autonomy and the well-being of its citizens.

Tuairim ó CESE: How will given industrial ecosystems contribute to the strategic autonomy of the EU and the wellbeing of Europeans?

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/01/2022
Tagairt: 
INT/947-EESC-2021
Seisiún iomlánach: 
566 -
Jan 19, 2022 Jan 20, 2022

The EESC adopted unanimously in September 2020 the opinion "SME strategy". Amongst its main conclusions were the plead to the Commission to draw up a "Next Generation SME Strategy". Unfortunately, in its 2021 Work Program, the European Commission chose to commit to an update of the Industrial, but not of the SME Strategy. The objectives of this follow-up opinion are the following: present the SME position on how to channel in the best way the unprecedented financial support, coming from the MFF 2021-2027, Next Generation EU and Recovery and Resilience Facility Mechanism; identify and respond to the difficulties SMEs face when accessing the single market and generate ideas on how to use the COVID-19 crisis as a driver for change and catalyst of the transition of the SMEs towards sustainable and digital economy.

Tuairim ó CESE: Next Generation SME Strategy – Enhancing Effective and Swift Delivery

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