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How Can EU Climate and Energy Policies Support EU Reform?

How Can EU Climate and Energy Policies Support EU Reform?

President Juncker said that Sibiu is the moment where "we must offer all Europeans a strong perspective for the future".

Triggered by Brexit, the EU began a process of reflection, soul-searching and possibly reform – the so-called "Bratislava process" or the "process on the Future of Europe". EU institutions, Member States and civil society have made a number of contributions to this process. This paper of the Ecologic Institute discusses how EU climate and energy policies can support the EU reform process.


Citation

Meyer-Ohlendorf, Nils (2018). How can EU climate and energy policies support EU reform?, Ecologic Institute, Berlin.

Language
English
Funding
Year
2018
Dimension
15 pp.
Project ID
2299
Table of Contents

1 Summary
2 Introduction
3 EU climate and energy action – policies that unite and show that the EU delivers
4 Migration is a difficult starting point for EU reform: Can climate and energy policies help?
5 Effective Climate Action – an opportunity not to miss for successful EU Reform
6 Can EU climate and energy policies help formulate a (re)newed vision for the EU?
7 Can climate and energy policies help strengthen EU foreign policy?
8 Can climate and energy policies serve as a role model for a more transparent EU?
9 Can climate and energy policies serve as a role model for a more participatory EU?
10 Help clarify the mandate of the European Council

Keywords
reform process, EU, European Union, Europe, analysis