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Planet RE:think

First cut of Planet RE:think. The film tells the story of unsustainable resource use, showing the truly global nature of the problem, from environmentally devastating mining in Canada to recycling of electronic waste in India which damages the health of workers. The feature-length film also includes positive examples of 'green economy' policies and business models, from Ecuador to South Africa. The film was premiered at the UN Sustainable Development conference in Rio de Janeiro on 17 June, 2012.   More

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Shifting taxes from labour to resource consumption - Jacqueline McGlade

What is Environmental Fiscal Reform? And how could fairer taxes benefit the environment? We have asked few questions to EEA Executive Director Jacqueline McGlade   More

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Green economy: what can you personally do to live sustainably?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them about their views what benefits a Green economy entails for Europe.   More

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How can consumption behaviour be made more sustainable?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them about their views what benefits a Green economy entails for Europe.   More

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What is the role of key stakeholders in moving towards a Green Economy?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them about their views what benefits a Green economy entails for Europe.   More

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The difficulties in implementing an eco-tax reform

Michael Jacobs is Visiting Professor at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics. He answers the question "In your opinion, what are the difficulties in implementing an eco-tax reform? "   More

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Germany's and Asia's recent developments in environmental taxation

Kai Schlegelmilch is an economist and vice-president of Green Budget Europe. He has advised governments in China, Vietnam and Thailand regarding the introduction of environmental taxation on behalf of the German International Cooperation. Formerly, he worked for the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy and the European Environment Agency in Copenhagen.   More

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What are the challenges in persuading governments to adopt an eco-tax reform?

Prof. Mikael Skou Andersen, senior economist at the European Environment Agency, answers two questions: - what are the challenges in persuading governments to adopt an eco-tax reform? - will environmental taxes be an additional burden on the taxpayer? Prof. Mikael Skou Andersen is an environmental economist and policy analyst at the European Environment Agency.   More

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What is an eco-tax reform?

David Gee explains the basic principles of an environmental tax reform. David is a senior adviser for science, policy, and emerging issues at the European Environment Agency.   More

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Green Economy

Prof. Jacqueline McGlade's short video address about the green economy.   More

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What are the benefits of a Green Economy, also for European competitiveness and job creation?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them about their views what benefits a Green economy entails for Europe.   More

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Which steps will bring us forward on the road to a Green economy?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them which steps will bring us forward on the road to a Green economy.   More

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Green Economy, Sustainable consumption and production and resource efficiency – what does that mean?

Concepts such as Green Economy, Resource efficiency and Sustainable Consumption and Production are currently discussed as pathways to reduce environmental pressures in Europe and beyond. But what do these concepts mean? The European Environment Agency has interviewed some selected key stakeholders - from government, business, non-governmental organisations and academia - and asked them for their understanding of these concepts.   More

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Business and environment: Eco-technologies

Green innovation for sustainable development. The European Union’s environmental technologies industry is a promising industrial sector with a vast potential for growth. At present it employs more than 2 million people across the Union and has a market value of roughly €200 billion. The EU is a leading supplier of environmental technologies in the world, representing about one-third of the global market for these technologies. It is for their environmental benefits but also for their contribution to economic growth that the European Commission is actively promoting the development and the uptake of environmental technologies.   More

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