New report: Regression by Default? An Analysis of Review and Revision Clauses in Retained EU Environmental Law

Regression by Default? An Analysis of Review and Revision Clauses in Retained EU Environmental Law By Professor Andrew Jordan and Dr Brendan Moore, University of … Continued

Article in RECIEL on the role of the LULUCF Regulation in the 2030 climate and energy policy framework

Making sense of the LULUCF Regulation: Much ado about nothing? Original article published in: RECIEL, 21 April 2020 Authors: Annalisa Savaresi, Lucia Perugini and Maria … Continued

Blog on a green economic recovery after COVID-19

Planting the seeds of a green economic recovery after COVID-19 By Peter Vis, senior adviser at Rud Pedersen Public Affairs. He is the former chief … Continued

Article in RECIEL on appraising the enforcement toolkit for the EU’s 2030 renewable energy targets

Fifty shades of binding: Appraising the enforcement toolkit for the EU’s 2030 renewable energy targets A Special Issue Article Open access published in: RECIEL 2020, … Continued

Blog: Re-inserting politics in the European quest for ‘green’ technologies

Re-inserting politics in the European quest for ‘green’ technologies By Frederik De Roeck, Centre for EU Studies (CEUS) of Ghent University With the European Green … Continued

Workshop: Climate Justice and the Business of Energy Transition

Workshop: Climate Justice and the Business of Energy Transition When: Monday 30 March 13:30-17:00 Where: Tilburg University, Room S8, Tilburg Participation is free and open … Continued