On 5th April, the European Commission published the draft version of its long-awaited“Environmental Delegated Act” with the technical screening and Do-No-Significant-Harmmcriteria for the four remaining environmental objectives of the Taxonomy Regulation (environmental objectives 3 to 6). This delegated act will complement the so-called Climate Delegated Act (the first delegated act under the Taxonomy Regulation), theContinue reading “The Construction 2050 Alliance publishes a Joint statement on the draft Taxonomy Environmental Delegated Act”
Following the publication of its construction pathway on 15 March 2023, the Commission services represented by Katharina Knapton-Vierlich, Head of Unit Construction, and Ilektra Papadaki, Team leader, joined the Construction 2050 Alliance members to exchange on the upcoming challenges, opportunities, and possible ways forward. To have a look at the presentation of the European Commission,Continue reading “The Alliance meets DG Grow to discuss the Transition pathway for construction”
On January 13, the #EUConstruction2050 members took stock of the achievements of the Alliance since its launch 3 years ago, while discussing objectives and initiatives for 2023 and the future as the #construction sector is crucial to deliver on the European Union ambitions. Stay tuned for an exciting year ahead!
Last week, the Construction 2050 Alliance gathered more than 150 stakeholders from the built environment and beyond to exchange views on Sustainable Finance and the expected impact of the EU taxonomy on the construction sector during its hybrid event held on 18 October 2022. Considering the increasing concerns along the whole construction value chain, andContinue reading “Recording of the Construction 2050 Alliance event on Sustainable Finance now available“
Today, the Construction 2050 Alliance hosted a public event on Sustainable Finance and the impact of the EU taxonomy on the construction sector. On this occasion the Alliance shared the following 6 key messages. 1.The Taxonomy underlines again the construction sector’s hugepotential for achieving the EU Green Deal goals.The taxonomy once again underlines the industry’sContinue reading “The Construction 2050 Alliance calls for the EU
taxonomy to create the conditions to support the
transition to sustainable construction”