The EU has been going through a series of crises – from the Eurozone crisis and Brexit to controversies about the rule of law, democracy and migration. In response to Brexit, the EU has embarked on a process of reflection and possibly reform. As a contribution to this process, the Ecologic Institute explores the interlinkages between the process on the Future of the EU and EU climate and energy policies.
Two background papers are available:
- How Can EU Climate and Energy Policies Support EU Reform? [pdf, 132 kB, English]
- How Can EU Reform Strengthen EU Climate and Energy Policies? [pdf, 165 kB, English]
The project encompasses a number of publications, the moderation of a working group of opinion leaders and engagement trips to a number of European capitals. At its first meeting on 24 April 2018, the working group discussed among other the discussion paper: Reforming the EU: What Role for Climate and Energy Policies in a Reformed EU? [pdf, 81 kB, English]
Stiftung Mercator supports the project.