AFEP position paper on an initiative toward an anti-coercion instrument
Climate-friendly policies and WTO : webinar on GATT clauses regarding processes and production methods (PPM)
AFEP’s position on Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation and the upcoming delegated act
Following the publication by the European Commission of its draft delegated act on Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation, AFEP publishes its position on the indicators that companies will have to publish in the application of said article and the future delegated act.
INVITATION – Conference 1 July :Europe’s new Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
POSITION ON THE CARBON BORDER ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM (CBAM)
In view of the forthcoming legislative proposal of the European Commission on Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), within the "Fit for 55" Package, AFEP is advocating for the EU to take concrete measures to fight against carbon leakage and related competitiveness gaps at the expense of EU-based industries.
Public consultation from the European Commission on the Review of the Communication on important projects of common European interest (IPCEI).
AFEP recently contributed to the public consultation from the European Commission on the Review of the Communication on important projects of common European interest (IPCEI).
Position on Sustainable Corporate Governance and Due Diligence
AFEP member companies have been engaged for many years in putting CSR at the heart of their strategies and operations. Based on this experience, they have submitted their proposals on sustainable governance and due diligence to the EU Commission in the context of its public consultation.
AFEP Position on the review of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU-ETS)
With the new climate objectives, the European Commission intends to revise the EU-ETS. AFEP supports the EU-ETS, and shares its proposals to maintain the competitiveness of companies in a context of increased risks of carbon leakage associated with higher climate ambition.
Consultation of the European Commission – VBER Inception Impact Assessment
The European Commission consulted stakeholders on its inception impact assessment on the revision of the Vertical Block Exemption Regulation which expires on May 31 2022.