Europski zeleni plan

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Europska komisija pokrenula je 11. prosinca 2019. europski zeleni plan kojim se jača predanost EU-a svladavanju izazova povezanih s klimom i okolišem, što je glavna zadaća ove generacije. Cilj je europskog zelenog plana pretvoriti EU u moderno, resursno učinkovito i konkurentno gospodarstvo, osiguravajući:

  • nultu neto stopu emisija stakleničkih plinova do 2050.;
  • gospodarski rast koji ne ovisi o korištenju resursa;
  • da nijedna osoba i nijedno mjesto ne budu zapostavljeni.

Kako bi ostvario europski zeleni plan, EU provodi sveobuhvatan paket inicijativa, uključujući prijedloge politika i zakonodavne prijedloge te razvoj i modernizaciju financijskih instrumenata.

EGSO već neko vrijeme poziva na „zeleni i socijalni plan”, naglašavajući blisku povezanost zelenog plana i socijalne pravde. Izuzetno je važno čuti mišljenje svih dionika kako bi se dao poticaj održivim i konkurentnim poduzećima sutrašnjice u zdravom okruženju.

U europskom zelenom planu snažan naglasak stavljen je na ulaganja i financiranje zelene i održive tranzicije. Europski zeleni plan bitan je dio oporavka Europe nakon pandemije COVID-a 19. Taj se plan financira trećinom sredstava iz plana oporavka NextGenerationEU, koja iznose 1,8 bilijuna eura, i sedmogodišnjim proračunom EU-a. Tim velikim povećanjem mogućnosti financiranja krizu se nastoji pretvoriti u priliku za transformaciju budućnosti Europe.

EGSO ima ključnu ulogu u praćenju provedbe inicijativa i mjera iz europskog zelenog plana. Odbor priprema mišljenja i organizira aktivnosti (vidjeti bočni izbornik na lijevoj strani ove stranice) kako bi osigurao da institucije EU-a uzimaju u obzir stajališta organiziranog civilnog društva i da su inicijative u okviru zelenog plana usklađene s gospodarskom, socijalnom i građanskom stvarnošću na terenu.

Budući da je po svojoj prirodi europski zeleni plan transverzalan i sveobuhvatan, njime se bave sve stručne skupine EGSO-a i CCMI.

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