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In elaborazione (updated on 30/01/2023)
Riferimento: 
INT/1005-EESC-EESC-2022-05312-00-00-AC-TRA
Sessione plenaria: 
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Feb 22, 2023 Feb 23, 2023

The objective of this initiative is to foster pan-European market initiatives based on instant payments, which would ensure that anyone holding a payment account in the EU could be able to receive and send an instant credit transfer from and to any other payment account in the EU, as a first step in euro and eventually in any EU currency. There should be attractive payment solutions allowing initiation and acceptance of instant payments domestically and crossborder (and in the longer-term also globally), in various circumstances, including at physical point of sale, online and between individuals.

In elaborazione (updated on 30/01/2023)
Riferimento: 
NAT/876-EESC
Sessione plenaria: 
578 -
Apr 26, 2023 Apr 27, 2023

The classification, labelling and packaging of chemicals regulation is the core piece of Union legislation for the hazard assessment of chemicals, stemming from the United Nations’ global standard (GHS), and sets out the hazard classification of chemicals and how to communicate those hazards to consumers and workers.

In elaborazione (updated on 30/01/2023)
Riferimento: 
CCMI/205-EESC

Following Bureau Decision of 15 November 2022, the CCMI will draw up a supplementary opinion to the exploratory opinion requested by the Swedish Presidency, attributed to TEN, on The advantages of modern industrial wooden construction: How can the EU proposals such as Sustainable carbon cycles, the EU's bioeconomy strategy and the New European Bauhaus be used to drastically reduce the high construction-related CO2 emissions, store CO2 and make construction more efficient?

In elaborazione (updated on 30/01/2023)
Riferimento: 
CCMI/201-EESC

Road transport is key to delivering the goals of the European Green Deal. This includes the targets of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and achieving climate neutrality by 2050.

The current EU rules on CO2 emission standards are vital for reducing emissions from new heavy-duty vehicles. As announced in the smart and sustainable mobility strategy, the Commission will review this legislation and will set more ambitious emission-reduction targets for such vehicles.

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