Launch of the EU Climate Policy Tracker 2011



Posted on 01 December 2011  | 
Today WWF and Ecofys launch – EU Climate Policy Tracker 2011  – warning that EU climate and energy policy is failing to put the EU on a course to 2050 decarbonisation. 
 
The EU Climate Policy Tracker (EU CPT) 2011, a newly updated and revised version of the 2010 study, reveals that despite improvements by nine Member States over the past year, some have achieved a worse score than last year.

Also, the overall average remains low. An evaluation of EU policy using a scale from A to G (where G is lowest) finds that the average score is a disappointing E. 
 
The EU CPT is the only tracking tool covering European climate policy that allows governments and stakeholders to easily identify policy areas where action can be taken to effectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
 
Check out the results for 2011 on www.climatepolicytracker.eu by downloading any of the following:
  • 27 EU Members State profiles
  • 7 policy sectors: general climate policy, electricity supply, industry, buildings, transport, agriculture and forestry
  • Full report + Summary report
  • Methodology
 

NEW IN 2012!
 
January 2012: EU CPT Online Forums. 
The forums will invite high level guests, to launch online debates via challenging questions or statements. Participants will be invited to join the forums and can respond and interact with guests and other participants.
 
Information regarding the forum will be sent to those registering for the Full Report on the website www.climatepolicytracker.eu. Registering will provide you with news as to when the forums will take place and will give you access to participate in all forums in 2012.
 
2012: EU CPT Country Workshops – workshops planned 5 Member States over the course of 2012 - more details to follow in January 2012.
 
EU Climate Policy Tracker 2011
EU Climate Policy Tracker 2011
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