Transport, energy, digitalisation – unlocking synergies for sustainability at EUSEW 2019
How can Europe deliver on the Paris Agreement while maintaining its global industrial leadership? What role can digital technology play in help finding solutions? These were the burning issues on the agenda at ‘Transport, energy and digitalisation: cities’ and industry views’, a session held on 19 June during EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) – Europe’s biggest conference dedicated to renewables and efficient energy use in Europe.
EU trade policy: Orgalim priorities for the next European Union legislative term
Europe’s technology industries are strongly export-oriented and depend on international trade for their success, representing over a third of the EU’s manufactured exports. With trade supporting 36 million jobs, the EU must help companies to maintain leadership in the global competitiveness race by leading the global response to protectionism; standing up for free, fair and open rules-based trade; and enhancing market access for our companies.
Circular Economy: DIGITAL4CIRCULARITY - key recommendations for tapping into the synergies of the Circular Economy and the Digital Single Market
Digitally enabled technologies help drive systemic change for sustainable resource use and support 'doing more with less’ throughout the economy. To tap into these benefits, Orgalim is making four key recommendations for the next legislative cycle of the European institutions.