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Technical Expert Group inviting feedback & to host expert workshops on climate mitigation activities & usability of taxonomy

The action plan requests the TEG [technical expert group on sustainable finance] to publish a report based on a broad consultation of all relevant stakeholders.

The group is now inviting feedback on the first proposed activities that contribute substantially to climate change mitigation and on the usability of this first list of activities. The group has also identified areas where additional technical expertise is needed. The Commission will therefore host several workshops with the purpose of gathering this expertise...

Technical experts and stakeholders can provide feedback on selected economic activities and the Technical expert group’s proposed criteria for the first sub-set of economic activities expected to make a substantial contribution to climate mitigation. These are called the 1st round climate mitigation activities...

Future users of the taxonomy can provide feedback on the usability and fitness for purpose of the taxonomy in practice...

The deadline for providing feedback is 22 February 2019 cob.

Technical experts are invited to register their interest for workshops to provide technical input to the following activities:

  • The development of new criteria for further economic activities that have the potential to make a substantial contribution to climate change mitigation objectives. These are called the 2nd round climate change mitigation activities.
  • The development of new criteria for activities expected to make a substantial contribution to climate change adaptation objectives of the European Union. These are called climate change adaptation activities.
  • The development of new criteria to assess “do no significant harm” across all environmental objectives

The registration of interest for workshops is now closed after the deadline was extended to 9 January 2019. 

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