Sustainable development

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  • Presentation by
    Matjaž Malgaj, Ian Hodgson, Alberto Parenti
    Organisation
    European Commission - DG ENV, DG ENER, DG GROW
    Regulation on Ecodesign for Sustainable Products
  • Presentation by
    Gudrun Obersteiner
    Organisation
    University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Institute of Waste Management
    Requirements for Sustainable Ecodesign
  • Presentation by
    Anthony Abbotts
    Organisation
    Rockwool
    Circularity at Rockwool
  • Presentation by
    Silvia Barlassina
    Organisation
    BEUC - The European Consumer Organisation
    Proposed ESPR - BEUC's Key Recommendations
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    12 pages

    Conference highlights

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    20 pages

    Successful experiences and promising practices from the 2021 EESC Civil Society Prize

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    Study
    122 pages

    The study provides an overview of the extent to which a selection of national post-COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Plans have adopted the principles of wellbeing economy and sustainable development. A key focus of the report is assessing the extent to which representatives of civil society have contributed to the plans and on their envisaged future role in the implementation of the planned reforms and investments.

  • Presentation by
    Jean-Daniel Lévy
    Organisation
    Director of the Politics & Opinion Department, Harris Interactive
    Presentation by Jean-Daniel Lévy - Une nouvelle consommation
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    20 pages

    Publication to mark the 30th anniversary of the EESC's Consumers and Environment Category

    Since it was set up in 1991, the Consumers and Environment Category of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has had the same objectives, namely to ensure that all EESC opinions take into account the interests of consumer and environmental associations, to enhance dialogue with consumers and environmental campaigners, and to promote opinions that link consumer and environmental issues.
     

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    8 pages

    Following the publication of the European Commission's Update to the New Industrial Strategy, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has been carrying out a series of activities to fulfil its role of representing the views of organised civil society. A key event in this process has been a conference held on 17 June 2021, from 2.30 to 6 p.m., on Updated industrial strategy: towards a more resilient and strategically autonomous EU industry.