Online Event: “Bring Back Bogs: Wetlands and Peatlands at the Heart of the EU Nature Restoration Plan”

Please find here a preliminary recording. Thursday, December 3rd 10:00 AM – 12 PM We are honoured to invite you to our top-class webinar with the following guests: Carlos Romão European Environment Agency, Biodiversity and Nature Policy Unit – Presentation:2020-12-03_SoN _peatlands Humberto Delgado Rosa, Director of Natural Capital, DG. environment Prof. Dr.Dr.Dr.h.c Hans Joosten, University […]

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e-conference: “Keeping our cities sustainably warm – Inspiring the Efficient Renewal of District Heating for the Just Transition”

On Thursday, October 12th the e-conference “Keeping our cities sustainably warm – Inspiring the Efficient Renewal of District Heating for the Just Transition” will be held by KeepWarm KeepWarm is an EU-funded project whose objective is to accelerate cost-effective investments in the modernisation of District Heating Systems (DHS). Jutta will be at the penal-discussion at […]

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Recording of the webinar: “Addressing methane emissions in the context of energy system integration”

On Friday 23rd of Oktober Jutta was a speaker at the webinar “Addressing methane emissions in the context of energy system integration” of the Florence School of Regulation and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Speaker: Stefano Grassi | European Commission Jutta Paulus | European Parliament (Greens/European Free Alliance) Nicolás González Casares | European Parliament (Socialists […]

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Press Release: Climate policy: European Parliament votes for far-reaching measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in maritime shipping

PRESS RELEASE, Wednesday, 16th of September 2020 – Brussels Climate policy: European Parliament votes for far-reaching measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in maritime shipping  The European Parliament has just adopted by a large majority the proposal to amend the regulation on monitoring CO2 emissions from maritime transport (“MRV Regulation”). In the future, shipping companies […]

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Action Plan for the Green Transition of the Chemical Industry

Action Plan for the Green Transition of the Chemical Industry – Transformation for People and Planet Action Plan for the Green Transition of the Chemical Industry – Transformation for People and Planet drafted by MEP Jutta Paulus and MEP Sven Giegold Chemicals are a necessary and important part of our lives and of a green […]

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Online Conference: “Green transition of the chemical industry” with the EU Environment Commissioner

Watch the recording in English. Watch the recording in German. Dear friends, dear interested, When I ran for the European Parliament in 2019, I had announced that I would devote a great deal of attention to the issue of chemicals policy in Europe and a toxic-free environment. In the meantime, we have succeeded in getting […]

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Renovation wave could bring millions of jobs

As economies across the European Union struggle to recover from the Covid19 crisis, setting off an ambitious renovation wave could be the win-win-win solution everyone is looking for – kick-starting economic activity and creating employment, lowering citizens’ energy bills, while at the same time paving the way towards a climate-neutral future. The building sector holds […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Great success in reducing greenhouse gases in maritime shipping!

PRESS RELEASE, Monday, 7th of July 2020 – Brussels Great success in reducing greenhouse gases in maritime shipping!  The European Parliament’s Environment Committee has just voted on measures to reduce greenhouse gases in international shipping. The decision to “amend the Regulation on monitoring, reporting and verifying carbon dioxide emissions from shipping”, also known as the […]

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Warming Stripes Community Masks

What are warming stripes? Some of you may already know the Warming Stripes from Jutta’s climate scarf. They were originally published on May 22, 2018 by British climate scientist Prof. Ed Hawkins for the first time in order to make climate warming from 1850 to 2018 easy to understand. He used eight shades of red, […]

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