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Transcript
The Second European
Climate Change Programme
Working Group I
ECCP review
Draft Mandate
Stefaan Vergote
DG Environment, Climate Change & Energy Unit
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 1
Commission Communication COM(2005) 35 final
“Winning the battle against climate change”
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EU CLIMATE POLICIES:
THE NEXT STEPS
“A new phase of the European Climate Change Programme in
2005: The Commission will review progress and explore new
actions to systematically exploit cost effective emission
reduction options in synergy with the Lisbon strategy.”
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 2
Actual and projected progress of the
“EU bubble”
110
EU-25 emissions
EU-25 existing measures
100
EU-25 additional measures
EU-15 emissions
EU-15 existing measures
EU-15 additional measures
95
EU-15 target (Kyoto)
EU-15 target + Kyoto
mechanisms
Business as usual
Kyoto mechanisms
2010
2005
2000
1995
90
1990
base year emissions=100
105
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 3
How far away from the Kyoto target
were EU Member States in 2002?
1,9
EU-15
Latvia
Lithuania
-58,3
-55,4
-50,4
Estonia
-28,7
Poland
-27,4
Hungary
-23,4
Slovakia
-20,9
Czech Republic
-7,4
United Kingdom
Germany
-6,3
Sweden
-6,1
-1,9
France
1,7
Luxembourg
Slovenia
3,7
Netherlands
4,2
Belgium
6,6
Finland
6,8
Greece
11,5
Denmark
11,8
12,9
Italy
16,3
Austria
21,1
Ireland
24,8
Portugal
30,4
Spain
- 70
- 60
- 50
- 40
- 30
- 20
- 10
0
+ 10
+ 20
Percentage points below (-) or above (+) linear target path
DTI 2002
DTI 2002 with use of Kyoto mechanisms
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 4
+ 30
+ 40
Most important measures : stage of implementation
Measure
Reduction
potential (Mt
CO2-eq.)
EU-15, 2010
Entry into force
Starting to
deliver
EU emission trading scheme
-
2003
2005
Link JI/CDM to emission trading
-
2004
2005/2008
Dir. on the promotion of RES-E
100-125
2001
2003
Dir. on the promotion of CHP
65
2004
2006
EuP Directive
-
2005
-
Energy labelling directives
20
1992
1993
Dir. on energy performance of buildings
35-45
2003
2006
Dir. on the promotion of transport bio-fuels
35-40
2003
2005
ACEA voluntary agreement
75-80
1998
1999
Fuorinated gasses
21-23
-
-
Landfill directive
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 5
41
1999
2000
ECCP review : general objective




to review the implementation of climate change
related EU-wide polices and measures,
to assess their concrete implementation in the
Member States,
to assess the resulting actual and projected
emission reductions, and on the basis of this
analysis,
to discuss the further development of EU climate
change policies to achieve the EU’s and Member
States’ obligations under the Kyoto Protocol,
and beyond
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 6
5 topics
Energy supply measures
 Energy demand measures,
 Transport measures
 Other gases in industrial, energy and
waste (methane, N20 and fluorinated
gases)
 Agriculture and forestry

European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 7
Key issues





Assessment of the trends in GHG emissions for the
specific sector
To evaluate the implementation of the recommendations
of ECCP I Working Groups and the achievement of the
commitments taken by the EC
To evaluate the concrete implementation in the MS
(actual and projected emission reductions, identifying
best practice, evaluating cost-effectiveness, impacts on
the sectors concerned and specific gaps.)
To evaluate the progress in terms of the development of
EU climate policy and consider issues in relation to the
overall consistency, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of
future EU wide climate policy in synergy with the Lisbon
strategy
To develop conclusions and recommendations.
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 8
Working method
Topical groups
 Balanced representation of stakeholders
(MS experts, representatives of business
sectors, NGO representatives, academic
experts and Commission)
 final report based on the activities and
conclusions of the topical groups, prepared
by the chairman

European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 9
Policy deliverable
The Working Group should aim to deliver
a report by March 2006.
 Taking into account the report of the
Working Group, the Commission will
present a policy paper on the review of the
ECCP to be discussed under the Austrian
Presidency.

European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 10
Thank you
for your attention
more info
http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/environment/climat/eccp.htm
European Commission: Environment Directorate General Slide: 11