Eiropas zaļais kurss

This page is also available in:

Eiropas Komisija 2019. gada 11. decembrī nāca klajā ar Eiropas zaļo kursu, ar ko pastiprina ES apņemšanos risināt ar klimatu un vidi saistītas problēmas, kas ir šīs paaudzes galvenais izaicinājums. Eiropas zaļā kursa mērķis ir pārveidot ES par modernu, resursefektīvu un konkurētspējīgu ekonomiku, nodrošinot, ka

  • līdz 2050. gadam ir pielikts punkts siltumnīcefekta gāzu neto emisijām;
  • ekonomikas izaugsme ir atsaistīta no resursu izmantošanas;
  • novārtā nav atstāts neviens cilvēks un neviens reģions.

Lai ieviestu Eiropas zaļo kursu, ES īsteno visaptverošu iniciatīvu kopumu, tostarp politikas un likumdošanas priekšlikumus, kā arī finansēšanas instrumentu izstrādi un modernizāciju.

EESK, uzsverot ciešo saikni starp zaļo kursu un sociālo taisnīgumu, ir aicinājusi īstenot tā saukto zaļo un sociālo kursu. Ir svarīgi uzklausīt visu ieinteresēto personu viedokli, lai veicinātu ilgtspējīgus un konkurētspējīgus nākotnes uzņēmumus veselīgā vidē.

Eiropas zaļajā kursā liels uzsvars likts uz investīcijām, kā arī zaļas un ilgtspējīgas pārkārtošanās finansēšanu. Zaļais kurss ir līdzeklis, kā Eiropai pārvarēt Covid-19 pandēmiju. Eiropas zaļā kursa finansējums ir viena trešdaļa no 1,8 triljoniem eiro, kas NextGenerationEU atveseļošanas plāna ietvaros paredzēti ieguldījumiem, un ES septiņu gadu budžeta līdzekļi. Finansēšanas iespējas ir paplašinātas, lai krīzi izmantotu kā iespēju veikt pārmaiņas Eiropas nākotnes interesēs.

EESK loma ir būtiska Eiropas zaļā kursa iniciatīvu un darbību īstenošanas uzraudzībā. EESK sagatavo atzinumus un rīko pasākumus (sk. izvēlni šīs lapas kreisajā pusē), lai nodrošinātu, ka ES iestādes ņem vērā organizētas pilsoniskās sabiedrības viedokli un ka zaļā kursa iniciatīvas atbilst ekonomiskajiem un sociālajiem apstākļiem un pilsoniskajām norisēm uz vietas.

Transversālā un visaptverošā rakstura dēļ Eiropas zaļo kursu aplūko visas EESK specializētās nodaļas un CCMI.

  • Adopted on 18/09/2020 - Bureau decision date: 20/02/2020
    Reference
    TEN/707-EESC-2020
    (Luxembourg
    Employers - GR I
    Hungary

    The health, economic and social crisis of COVID-19 has intensified the severity of the affordable housing crisis that Member States have been facing for years, particularly for homeless people, overcrowded households, residents of working class neighbourhoods and seasonal workers and immigrants – victims of housing conditions that have directly affected the infection rate in society. Although housing policy remains the competence of the Member States, the shortage of decent and affordable housing in the European Union requires a European action plan on housing that includes a comprehensive set of measures, which are easy for people to understand, to help Member States, regions and cities in Europe to sustainably boost the supply of social and affordable housing and effectively combat homelessness.

    EESC opinion: Universal access to housing that is decent, sustainable and affordable over the long term
  • Adopted on 18/09/2020 - Bureau decision date: 20/02/2020
    Reference
    REX/528-EESC-2020
    Employers - GR I
    Croatia
    Workers - GR II
    France

    On 5 February 2020, the European Commission published its Communication Enhancing the accession process – A credible EU perspective for the Western Balkans, proposing a new methodology for candidate countries of the Western Balkans with the objective to render the accession process more coherent, respond to concerns of certain Member States expressed in October 2019 and enable the enlargement process to continue.

    EESC opinion: Contribution of civil society to the Green Agenda and sustainable development of the Western Balkans as part of the EU accession process (own-initiative opinion)
  • Adopted on 18/09/2020 - Bureau decision date: 21/01/2020
    Reference
    SOC/632-EESC-2020-01-01

    This exploratory opinion was requested by the European Parliament with a view to a forthcoming Commission initiative on fair minimum wages. The question of Decent minimum wages across Europe is a complex and sensitive issue. It is important that any EU action is based on accurate analysis and understanding of the situation and sensitivities in the Member States and fully respects the social partners' role and autonomy, as well as the different industrial relations models.

    EESC opinion: Decent minimum wages across Europe
    Decent minimum wages across Europe
  • Adopted on 18/09/2020 - Bureau decision date: 21/01/2020
    Reference
    NAT/786-EESC-2020-01-01-00896
    (Italy
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Germany
    EESC opinion: 2030 biodiversity strategy
    FAO: Highlights of FAO’s upcoming work on biodiversity
  • Adopted on 15/07/2020 - Bureau decision date: 20/02/2020
    Reference
    CCMI/175-EESC-2020-01-01
    Employers - GR I
    Bulgaria
    (Germany

    Disruptions like coronavirus (COVID-19) threaten to bring the world economy and social life to a standstill. Its impacts include recessions in the USA, the EU, Japan and other regions of the world, extremely slow growth in China and huge losses in terms of output. Governments have to offset economic damage with fiscal and monetary policies and cope with the expected changes of the economic paradigm. The EESC stresses the need for efficient business models and trade defence mechanisms, in particular with regard to Asia, and notes that 36 million jobs in the EU depend on the EU's exporting potential, and that the share of EU employment supported by sales of goods and services to the rest of the world in relation to total employment increased from 10.1% in 2000 to 15.3% in 2017. The fiscal, economic and social response to the crisis is necessary for preventing its negative impact on these and other sectors.

    EESC opinion: Fostering competitiveness, innovation, growth and job creation by advancing in global regulatory cooperation, by supporting a renewed multilateral trading scheme and by reducing market-distorting subsidies (own-initiative opinion)
  • Adopted on 15/07/2020 - Bureau decision date: 20/02/2020
    Reference
    REX/529-EESC-2020-01-01
    (France

    The unprecedented magnitude of the COVID crisis requires an unprecedented, long-term and unequivocal response. International trade is a vital tool to finance recovery ge get out of the crisis. In these efforts, the EU must stay true to its values and ensure the protection of businesses, workers and people, leaving no one behind. Recovery must be based on sustainability, and inclusive and green growth. Green Deal measures are therefore more relevant than ever.

    EESC opinion: A post COVID-19 emergency: the design of a New Multilateral Matrix (own-initiative opinion)
  • Adopted on 15/07/2020 - Bureau decision date: 18/02/2020
    Reference
    INT/895-EESC-2020
    (Italy
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Ireland

    The Commission's new Circular Economy Action Plan focuses on sustainable products, less waste, product value chains, and circularity in regions and cities, and the global level.

    EESC opinion: New Circular Economy Action Plan
  • Adopted on 15/07/2020 - Bureau decision date: 21/01/2020
    Reference
    NAT/785-EESC-2020-01-01-01432
    Employers - GR I
    Greece
    Workers - GR II
    Germany

    The opinion will provide guidance on how to build on existing structures like citizens' dialogues and assemblies, social dialogue committees in order to structure and mainstream the dialogue with civil society. It will also make recommendations about how to encourage information sharing and public understanding of climate action; how to create real and virtual spaces for exchange on climate and how to build capacity to facilitate grassroots initiatives, among others.

    EESC opinion: European Climate Pact (Exploratory opinion)
  • Adopted on 15/07/2020 - Bureau decision date: 21/01/2020
    Reference
    NAT/784-EESC-2020-1431
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Netherlands
    (Finland

    This EESC opinion will respond to the European Commission's proposal for a regulation on establishing a European Climate Law and it will look into the role of citizens in driving the transformation towards climate neutrality.

    EESC opinion: European Climate Law
  • Adopted on 10/06/2020 - Bureau decision date: 21/01/2020
    Reference
    ECO/504-EESC-2020
    (Italy
    (Czech Republic
    EESC opinion: Just Transition Fund and amendments to the Common Provisions Regulation