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.
Stiftung Mercator, Germany
- 15 pp.
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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
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