Evropski zeleni dogovor

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Evropska komisija je 11. decembra 2019 začela izvajati evropski zeleni dogovor, s katerim je okrepila zavezo EU, da bo obravnavala podnebne in okoljske izzive, ki so bistvena naloga te generacije. Cilj evropskega zelenega dogovora je preoblikovati EU v sodobno, z viri gospodarno in konkurenčno gospodarstvo, in zagotoviti, da:

  • bodo do leta 2050 dosežene ničelne neto emisije toplogrednih plinov,
  • bo dosežena gospodarska rast, ki ne bo vezana na izkoriščanje virov,
  • nobena oseba ali kraj ne bosta prezrta.

EU za uresničitev evropskega zelenega dogovora izvaja celovit sveženj pobud, vključno s političnimi in zakonodajnimi predlogi ter razvojem in posodobitvijo instrumentov financiranja.

EESO poziva k zelenemu in socialnemu dogovoru ter poudarja tesno povezavo med zelenim dogovorom in socialno pravičnostjo. Nujno je treba slišati glas vseh deležnikov, da bi spodbudili razvoj trajnostnih in konkurenčnih podjetij prihodnosti v zdravem okolju.

V evropskem zelenem dogovoru je velik poudarek na naložbah ter financiranju zelenega in trajnostnega prehoda. Zeleni dogovor je za Evropo rešilna bilka za izhod iz pandemije COVID-19. Financiran bo s tretjino od 1,8 bilijona evrov naložb iz načrta za okrevanje NextGenerationEU in s sredstvi sedemletnega proračuna EU. Namen tega povečanja možnosti financiranja je krizo pretvoriti v priložnost za preobrazbo za prihodnost Evrope.

EESO ima ključno vlogo pri spremljanju izvajanja pobud in ukrepov evropskega zelenega dogovora. EESO pripravlja mnenja in organizira dejavnosti (glej stranski meni na levi strani), s katerimi zagotavlja, da institucije EU upoštevajo stališča organizirane civilne družbe in da so pobude zelenega dogovora skladne z gospodarskimi, socialnimi in družbenimi okoliščinami v praksi.

Evropski zeleni dogovor zaradi njegove horizontalne in vseobsegajoče narave pokrivajo vse strokovne skupine EESO in komisija CCMI.

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Opinion
Sprejeta on 27/04/2021
Referenca: 
SOC/665-EESC-2020

The opinion, presenting EESC's position on the four proposals of the Health package published by the European  Commission in November 2020, supports and welcomes these initiatives but draws the attention on some elements.

  • The EU and Member States should ensure that everyone has equal access to quality, well staffed, well equipped health and social services. This is particularly important in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic which has deepened existing inequalities.
  • Special attention in future EU policies should be given to healthcare workers and the need to improve working conditions, including pay, recruitment and retention, as well as their health and safety.
  • The new EU health package should be combined with the roll-out of the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR), particularly its principles 12, 16, 17 and 18 and the Action Plan on the EPSR. It should also be part of achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.

Mnenje EESO: Building a European Health Union

Opinion
Sprejeta on 24/03/2021
Referenca: 
CCMI/178-EESC-2021

Batteries placed on the EU market should become sustainable, high-performing and safe all along their entire life cycle. This means batteries that are produced with the lowest possible environmental impact, using materials obtained in full respect of human rights as well as social and ecological standards. Batteries have to be long-lasting and safe, and at the end of their life, they should be repurposed, remanufactured or recycled, feeding valuable materials back into the economy.

Mnenje EESO: Sustainability requirements for batteries in the EU

Opinion
Sprejeta on 24/03/2021
Referenca: 
CCMI/177-EESC-2020

In September 2020, the European Commission presented the Action Plan on Critical Raw Materials, which also contains the 2020 List of Critical Raw Materials.

Mnenje EESO: Critical Raw Materials Resilience: Charting a Path towards greater Security and Sustainability

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