Workshop of effort sharing policies, Bucharest, October 2019
On Tuesday 15th October 2019 the project team delivered the first capacity building workshop on the Effort Sharing Regulation for policy makers, non-government organisations and business experts in Bucharest.
The following can be downloaded:
Successes and learning opportunities from the scrappage programme, electric vehicles grant scheme and electric vehicles infrastructure policies. Speakers: Adrian Ștefanescu and Georgiana Tarita, Special Reviewers, Environment Fund Administration, Ministry of Environment, Romania.
Best practices of agriculture policy in Romania with a case study on the dissemination programme for biogas production technology from manure. Speaker: Naiana Milea, Director, Ministry of Waters and Forests, Romania.
Promoting the capacity support which is available:
Below are links to other sites which has relevant information for effort sharing.
European Environment Agency - Greenhouse gas emissions under the Effort Sharing Decision. Link to European Environment Agency's overview of more than 1900 national climate polices and measures reported by European Countries.
Policy Case Studies
Case study reports analysing best practices which may serve as examples of policies that could be implemented at a national level to meet effort sharing targets:
MURE (Mesures d'Utilisation Rationnelle de l'Energie) provides information on energy efficiency policies and measures that have been carried out in the Member States of the European Union.
CEE Climate Policy Frontier is a project which is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI). EUKI is a project financing instrument by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU). They have published a report on good practices within the transport and buildings sectors in the CEE region.
The European Climate Initiative (EUKI) project “Bridging European and Local Climate Action (BEACON)” developed 21 detailed fact sheets which set out successful climate policies from eight European countries and consider their transferability to the German context. These existing policy instruments have successfully led to greenhouse gas emission reductions in non-ETS sectors (transport, buildings, smaller industry, and agriculture
Ex-post evaluation methodologies
Infographic - Non-ETS emissions by sector by European Environment Agency.