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Eurobrief September 2014
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Cement, concrete & the circular economy
EU-ETS: Parliament rejects motion objecting to carbon leakage list
EU-ETS: Summary of Post 2020 stakeholder consultations
Energy Intensive Industries call for predictable 2030 Climate and Energy Framework
CEMBUREAU responds to review of Waste Incineration BREF
BAT Information Exchange under the IED Workshop
Council approves invasive alien species proposal
CSI launches biodiversity management plan guidance
Definition of nanomaterial: JRC report available
CSI publishes revised Co-processing Guidelines
European Concrete Platform responds to consultation on sustainable construction materials
Cities and Climate Change: OECD report on enabling policy frameworks
Report expects Europe's building energy efficiency market to double by 2023
Cement standards: Guidelines for the application of EN 197-2 Conformity Evaluation
ISO standard on performance & assessment requirements for design standards on structural concrete published
CEMBUREAU responds to consultation on sustainable construction materials
In memoriam
Competitiveness: Council highlights need for Industry forum on carbon leakage & energy prices
European Competitiveness report 2014 published
Study focuses on industry’s contribution to growth
EU update
International Occupational Safety and Health Symposium
6th meeting of the UNEP Global Mercury Partnership Advisory Group
6th Session of the UNEP Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee on Mercury
A New Industrial Policy for Europe
Greenhouse gas emissions in energy-intensive industries
CEMBUREAU press releases
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2030 climate and energy framework: CEMBUREAU concerned about targets

Brussels, 20 October 2014 – At its meeting of 23-24 October, the European Council will decide on the 2030 climate and energy framework, including targets for GHG emissions reduction, renewables and energy efficiency.

Position papers
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CEMBUREAU responds to ESMA consultation on Market Abuse Regulation

On 15 October 2014, CEMBUREAU responded to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) consultation on the draft technical advice regarding potential delegated acts concerning the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR).

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Open letter to the newly elected European Parliament

Competitiveness, carbon leakage, energy and the circular economy. Four priorities for the four months to the end of 2014. As the newly elected Members of the European Parliament, your voice will be instrumental in taking forward proposals in these areas. Therefore, we take this opportunity of providing you with our view on these priorities.