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Feedback from the New York Climate Summit: a CO2 price is necessary, but not sufficient

21 October 2014 - Carbon Trends - By : Benoît LEGUET

New EU Energy and Climate Action Commissioner: the Miguel Arias Canete’s nomination was approved by a majority of Members of EU Parliament.

EU ETS – MSR timetable: On September 23rd, the timetable was announced; deadline for amendments is 11th December 2014; ENVI committee votes on 23rd or 24th February 2015.

BKM Summit: On September 23rd, the European Commission President, José Manuel Barroso stated that 20% of the EU budget for 2014-2020 (€ 180 billion) will be spent on climate action.

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