Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew

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Fil-11 ta’ Diċembru 2019, il-Kummissjoni Ewropea nediet il-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew li jsaħħaħ l-impenn tal-UE li tindirizza l-isfidi relatati mal-klima u l-ambjent li huwa l-kompitu l-iżjed importanti ta’ din il-ġenerazzjoni. L-objettiv tal-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew huwa li jittrasforma l-UE f’ekonomija moderna, effiċjenti fl-użu tar-riżorsi u kompetittiva, filwaqt li jiżgura:

  • l-ebda emissjoni netta ta' gassijiet serra sal-2050;
  • it-tkabbir ekonomiku jkun diżakkoppjat mill-użu tar-riżorsi;
  • l-ebda persuna u l-ebda post ma jitħallew jibqgħu lura.

Biex twettaq il-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew, l-UE qed twettaq pakkett komprensiv ta’ inizjattivi, inklużi proposti ta’ politika u leġiżlattivi u l-iżvilupp u l-modernizzazzjoni tal-istrumenti ta’ finanzjament.

Il-KESE ilu jappella għal “Patt Ekoloġiku u Soċjali”, filwaqt li jenfasizza r-rabta mill-qrib bejn il-Patt Ekoloġiku u l-ġustizzja soċjali. Huwa essenzjali li tinstema’ l-vuċi tal-partijiet ikkonċernati kollha sabiex f’ambjent san jitrawmu l-kumpaniji sostenibbli u kompetittivi tal-futur.

Il-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew għamel enfasi qawwija fuq l-investiment u l-finanzjament tat-tranżizzjoni ekoloġika u sostenibbli. Il-Patt Ekoloġiku huwa essenzjali biex l-Ewropa toħroġ mill-pandemija tal-COVID-19. Terz tal-investimenti ta’ EUR 1,8 triljun mill-Pjan ta’ Rkupru tan-NextGenerationEU, u l-baġit ta’ seba’ snin tal-UE, jiffinanzjaw il-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew. Din l-ispinta fl-opportunitajiet ta’ finanzjament għandha l-għan li tbiddel il-kriżi f’opportunità trasformattiva għall-futur tal-Ewropa.

Il-KESE għandu rwol kruċjali fil-monitoraġġ tal-implimentazzjoni tal-inizjattivi u l-azzjonijiet tal-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew. Il-KESE jħejji Opinjonijiet u jorganizza attivitajiet (ara l-menu sekondarju fuq ix-xellug ta’ din il-paġna) biex jiżgura li l-istituzzjonijiet tal-UE jqisu l-fehmiet tas-soċjetà ċivili organizzata u li l-inizjattivi tal-Patt Ekoloġiku jkunu koerenti maċ-ċirkostanzi ekonomiċi, soċjali u ċiviċi fil-prattika.

Minħabba n-natura trasversali u komprensiva tiegħu, il-Patt Ekoloġiku Ewropew huwa kopert mis-Sezzjonijiet kollha tal-KESE u mis-CCMI.

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  • Maroš Šefčovič, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, chose the conference Empowering consumers on climate change, hosted by the Civil Society Organisations' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee on 11 October, for his first green dialogue. Mr Šefčovič first spoke about the green dialogues at last week's European Parliament Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety hearing confirming that he would be responsible for the European Green Deal.

  • Inaugural speech at the conference on 'Empowering consumers on climate change' organised by the Civil Society Organisations' Group on 11 October 2023

    Séamus Boland, President of the Civil Society Organisations' Group

  • On 2 May 2023, the Liberal Professions Category of the EESC held the 7th edition of the Day of the Liberal Professions in Brussels. This annual event brings together key players from Europe's liberal professions, as well as key policymakers from the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Member States. This year's event was entitled Fostering skills and delivering the Green Deal.

  • The transition towards a low-carbon economy is a fundamental priority. But the green transition will fail without social dialogue. This represented a general agreement among the discussions during the meeting, particularly if climate policies were not made also socially sustainable and did not take into account the needs and worries of working people, of citizens. Key points raised during the debates included the fact that real wages were decreasing with the soaring inflation, the complementarity of fighting climate change and protecting social rights, and the fundamental role of involving Trade Unions in the design and implementation of policies within the Green Deal.

  • Academia, local civil society organisations, representatives of regional and national authorities and members of the European Economic and Social Committee met at a conference in Dolni Vítkovice, a former industrial area for coal mining and steel production in Ostrava, on 11 October 2022. The conference on Reinventing the Moravian-Silesian Region in search of a socially just transition was organised by the EESC's Civil Society Organisations' Group as part of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU.

  • In its resolution on the involvement of organised civil society in the implementation and monitoring of the National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) the European Economic and Social Committee calls for clear rules to effectively involve social partners and civil society organisations in the Member states' strategies to bring the economy back on track.

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