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676 Amendments of Jens GIESEKE

Amendment 4 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2 a. Underlines the close economic ties and mutual dependence between the UK and the EU and therefore calls for an agreement maintaining, to the greatest extent possible, current transport connectivity.
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 5 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 b (new)
2 b. Calls for an agreement that safeguards good conditions for cross- border trade and business.
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 6 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 c (new)
2 c. Asks for a “think small first” approach, to ensure that measures in the future agreement are designed to facilitate the conducting of business for SMEs.
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 10 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4
4. Raises concern about the UK’s position on the future partnership with the EU, and thus eEmphasises that rights and privileges entail obligations and that the level of access to the EU single market should fully correspond to the extent of regulatory convergence and commitments agreed with respect to observing a level playing field for open and fair competition with a view to dynamic alignment;
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 32 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 11
11. Emphasises that UK freight transport operators cannot be granted the same rights and benefits as Union freight transport operators in respect to road freight transport operations;deleted
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 47 #

2020/2023(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 14 a (new)
14 a. Urges the parties to cooperate closely on the deployment of alternative fuels and charging infrastructure.
2020/04/07
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 6 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Recital B
B. whereas a European approach to AI needs to include ethical aspects of AI to ensure that it is, robotics and related technologies needs to be in accordance with ethical principles reflecting our European values and principles to ensure that AI, robotics and related technologies are human- centric, enhances human well-being, the well-being of society and the environment, and fully respects EU fundamental rights and values;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 8 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Recital D
D. whereas the EU aimed to reduce annual road fatalities in the EU by 50% by 2020 compared to 2010, but, in view of stagnating progress, renewed its efforts in its Road Safety Policy Framework 2021 - 2030 - Next steps towards "Vision Zero"; whereas in this regard, AI, automation and other new technologies have a great potential to increase road safety by avoidingpotentially reducing the possibilities for human error;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 13 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Recital D a (new)
D a. whereas the production of ethically responsible, human-centred and technologically robust AI, robotics and related technologies in transport present European businesses, including SMEs, a business opportunity to become global leaders in this area; whereas such opportunity is particularly present, considering the current global leaders in this area produce technologies that are deemed insufficiently trustworthy and not adequately respecting ethical principles.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 15 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Recital D b (new)
D b. whereas such new business opportunities may contribute to the recovery of the European industry after the current health and economic crisis; whereas such opportunities will create new jobs as the uptake of AI and related technologies has the potential to increase businesses' productivity levels and contribute to efficiency gains; whereas innovation programs in this area can enable regional clusters to thrive.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 17 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Recital D c (new)
D c. whereas such European approach to the development of AI, robotics and related technologies in transport has the potential to increase the global competitiveness and strategic autonomy of the European economy.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 20 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1
1. Highlights the potential of AI, robotics and related technologies for all autonomous means of road, rail, waterborne and air transport;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 23 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1 a. Moreover, highlights the potential of AI, robotics and related technologies to boost the modal shift and intermodality, as these technologies can contribute to finding the optimal combination of transport modes for the transport of goods and passengers
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 27 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 b (new)
1 b. Furthermore, stresses that AI, robotics and related technologies have the potential to make transport, logistics and traffic flows more efficient and to make all transport modes safer, smarter, and more environmentally friendly.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 29 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 – introductory part
2. Stresses that the EU transport sector needs a clear ethical framework for achieving trustworthy AI, including safety, human autonomy and oversight, and liability aspects, which will be key to boosting investments in research and innovation, development of skills and the uptake of AI by SMEs, start-ups and businesses; and in this regard:
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 31 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 – point a a (new)
a a) calls on the Commission to provide for a clear framework of ethical principles for the development, deployment and use of AI, robotics and related technologies in the transport sector; any AI, robotics and related technologies in the transport sector shall be developed, deployed and used in accordance with those ethical principles.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 33 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 – point b
b) recommends the establishment of guidelines for a harmonised risk classification of AI-enabled technologies in all modes of transport, covering vehicle functions allocated to humans and to AI, and clarifying responsibilities and requirements as regards safety;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 42 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4
4. Recommends the development of an EU-wide trustworthy AI label for the automotive industry, which should provide for common and harmonised standardsethical standards for all modes of transport, including the automotive industry, on safety, technical robustness, privacy and transparency and for testing of AI-enabled vehicles and related products and services;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 48 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5
5. Calls on the Commission to explore the possibility of entrusting a relevant existing EU agency with enforcement and sanction mechanisms, so that actions can be takehow the existing instruments of supervision and control in the transport sector can be equipped and used to take action if an AI system used in transport violates fundamental rights or the European ethical and security framework;
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 54 #

2020/2012(INL)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6
6. Calls on the Commission to further support the development of trustworthy AI systems in order to render transport safer, more efficient, accessible, affordable and inclusive, including for persons with reduced mobility.
2020/05/19
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 61 #

2020/0097(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Recital 10
(10) In order tohat the Member States have the operational capacityies allowing them to respond swiftly to a large-scale emergency or to a low probability event with a high impact such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the Union should continue to have the possibility of acquiringsupporting the acquisition, renting,al or leasing or contractingf rescEU capacities by the Member States to be able to assist Member States overwhelmed by large-scale emergencies, in line with the supporting competence in the area of civil protection and with a particular attention to vulnerable people. Those capacities are to be pre-positioned in logistical hubs inside the Union or, for strategic reasons, via trusted networks of hubs such as the UN Humanitarian Response Depots.
2020/07/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 82 #

2020/0097(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 7 – paragraph 2
(2) The ERCC shall have access to operational, analytical, monitoring, information management and communication capacities to address a broad range of emergencies within and outside the Union.’ and to be able to best support the Member States;
2020/07/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 90 #

2020/0097(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 8 – point a
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 3 – subparagraph 1
(3) rescEU capacities shall be acquired, rented, leased, and/or otherwise contracted by the Commission or Member States. The Commission may acquire, rent, lease or otherwise contract rescEU capacities to stock and distribute supplies or to provide services to Member States, through procurement procedures in accordance with the Union's financial rulMember States. Where rescEU capacities are acquired, rented, leased or otherwise contracted by Member States, direct grants may be awarded by the Commission to Member States without a call for proposals.
2020/07/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 92 #

2020/0097(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 8 – point a
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 3 – subparagraph 2
The Commission and aAny Member States which so desire may engage in a joint procurement procedure conducted pursuant to Article 165 of the Financial Regulation with a view of acquiring rescEU capacities.
2020/07/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 93 #

2020/0097(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 8 – point a
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 3 – subparagraph 3
rescEU capacities shall be hosted by the Member States that acquire, rent, lease or otherwise contract those capacities. As a way to enhance Union resilience, rescEU capacities acquired, rented, leased or otherwise contracted by the Commission are to be strategically pre-positioned inside the Union. In consultation with Member States, rescEU capacities acquired, rented, leased or otherwise contracted by the Commission could also be located in third countries via trusted networks managed by relevant international organisations .’;
2020/07/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 48 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 1
(1) The Commission has, in its Communication of 11 December 2019 entitled ‘The European Green Deal’19 , set out a new growth strategy that aims to transform the Union into a fair and prosperous society, with a modern, resource-efficient and, competitive and resilient economy, where there are no net emissions of greenhouse gases in 2050 and where economic growth is decoupled from resource use. It also aims to protect, conserve and enhance the Union's natural capital, and protect the health and well- being of citizens from environment-related risks and impacts. At the same time, this transition must be just and inclusive, leaving no one behind. _________________ 19 Commission Communication - The European Green Deal, COM(2019) 640 final of 11 December 2019.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 63 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 6
(6) Achieving climate neutrality should require a contribution from all economic sectors, with an emphasis on phasing out the use of fossil resources across all sectors. In light of the importance of energy production and consumption on greenhouse gas emissions, the transition to a sustainable, affordable and secure energy system relying on a well-functioning internal energy market is essential. The digital transformation, technological innovation, and research and development are also importantessential drivers for achieving the climate-neutrality objective.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 69 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 6 a (new)
(6a) Climate protection is an opportunity for the European economy and should help securing its industry leadership in global innovation. Sustainable production innovations can promote European industrial strength in key market segments and thus protect and create jobs.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 86 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 10
(10) The Union is responsible only for 9% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions but already a global leader in the transition towards climate neutrality, and is determined to achieve it in a just, fair and inclusive way as well as help raise global ambition and to strengthen the global response to climate change, using all tools at its disposal, including climate diplomacy.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 94 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 11
(11) The European Parliament called for the necessary transition to a climate-neutral society by 2050 at the latest and for this to be made into a European success story33 and has declared a climate and environment emergency34 . The European Council, in its Conclusions of 12 December 201935 , has agreed on the objective of collectively achieving a climate-neutral Union by 2050, in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement, while also recognising that it is necessary to put in place an enabling framework and that the transition will require significant public and private investment. The European Council also invited the Commission to prepare a proposal for the Union’s long- term strategy as early as possible in 2020 with a view to its adoption by the Council and its submission to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. _________________ 33European Parliament resolution of 15 January 2020 on the European Green Deal (2019/2956(RSP)). 34European Parliament resolution of 28 November 2019 on the climate and environment emergency (2019/2930(RSP)). 35 Conclusions adopted by the European Council at its meeting on 12 December 2019, EUCO 29/19, CO EUR 31, CONCL 9.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 95 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 11 a (new)
(11a) Nevertheless, Covid-19 has provoked an unprecedented historical, humanitarian and economic crisis. Thus, the European Union’s policies need to be based on a new in-depth impact assessment taking the new economic reality into account.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 95 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 6
(6) Achieving climate neutrality should require a contribution from all economic sectors, taking into account their differences. In light of the importance of energy production and consumption on greenhouse gas emissions, the transition to a sustainable, affordable and secure energy system relying on a well-functioning internal energy market is essential. The digital transformation, technological innovation, and research and development are also important drivers for achieving the climate-neutrality objective.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 96 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 11 b (new)
(11b) In order to overcome the Covid-19 crisis and based on the Commission’s Recovery plan for Europe, Europe needs a clear political framework for infrastructure development and research coupled with market economy principles, including expanded emissions trading and a strategic foreign policy. Trade policies must be coherent with the stringent rules applied to industries operating in the internal market, so as to avoid creating unfair competition for European industry. Market economy principles are the most suitable in order to connect climate protection with economic recovery. Successful market economy tools in the industry sector can be used as a model for the building and transport sector.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 103 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 12
(12) The Union should aim to achieve a balance between anthropogenic economy- wide emissions and removals, through natural and technological solutions, of greenhouse gases - domestically within the Union and via international mitigations - by 2050. The Union-wide 2050 climate- neutrality objective should be pursued by all Member States collectively, and the Member States, the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission should take the necessary measures to enable its achievement. Measures at Union level will constitute an important part of the measures needed to achieve the objective.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 106 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 10
(10) The Union is a global leader in the transition towards climate neutrality, and is determined to help raise global ambition and to strengthen the global response to, which is necessary to fight climate change, using all tools at its disposal, including climate diplomacy.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 109 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 12 a (new)
(12a) The Paris climate goals must be implemented in a way that respects technology neutrality, economic efficiency and social balance. Only if the EU remains economically strong, attractive for investments and internationally competitive and ensures broad social acceptance it can act as a global model for climate protection.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 112 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 11 a (new)
(11 a) However, on 12 March 2020 the World Health Organisation announced the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, which has caused an unprecedented humanitarian, social and economic crisis throughout the entire Union and at global level. When setting out the framework of the European Climate Law the European Commission should consider the effects of Covid-19 and revise its proposal accordingly.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 113 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 12 b (new)
(12b) Many of the technologies we need to drive forward decarbonisation and digitalisation are yet to be developed. If there are 2030/2050 targets on CO2 reduction, there is also a need to set targets to create the necessary infrastructure in order to have hydrogen available sufficiently to decarbonise energy-intensive energy sectors.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 120 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 13 a (new)
(13a) The Union should continue its efforts to promote circular economy and further support renewable solutions that can substitute fossil-fuel based products and materials.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 131 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 15 a (new)
(15a) The objective of a climate neutral economy by 2050 should be achieved taking into account different starting points of Member States and in the spirit of solidarity between Member States.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 142 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 17
(17) The Commission, in its Communication ‘The European Green Deal’, announced its intention to assess and make proposals for increasing the Union’s greenhouse gas emission reduction target for 2030 to ensure its consistency with the climate-neutrality objective for 2050. In that Communication, the Commission underlined that all Union policies should contribute to the climate-neutrality objective and that all sectors should play their part. By September 2020, t while considering the polluter pays principle. The Commission should, based on a comprehensive impact assessment with a breakdown per Member State and taking into account its analysis of the integrated national energy and climate plans submitted to the Commission in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 of the European Parliament and of the Council36 , the impact of Brexit on the Union’s general ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as the economic situation post-Covid-19, review the Union’s 2030 target for climate and explore options fordiscuss a new 2030 target of 50 to 55 % emission reductions compared with 1990 levels. Where it considers necessary to amend the Union’s 2030 target, it should make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council to amend this Regulation as appropriate. In addition, based on the impact assessment result, the Commission should, by 30 June 2021, assess how the Union legislation implementing that target would need to be amended in order to achieve the proposed emission reductions of 50 to 55 % % compared to 1990. _________________ 36Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2018 on the Governance of the Energy Union and Climate Action, amending Regulations (EC) No 663/2009 and (EC) No 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Directives 94/22/EC, 98/70/EC, 2009/31/EC, 2009/73/EC, 2010/31/EU, 2012/27/EU and 2013/30/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, Council Directives 2009/119/EC and (EU) 2015/652 and repealing Regulation (EU) No 525/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 328, 21.12.2018, p. 1).
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 147 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 17 a (new)
(17a) The Commission should also assess to what extent the use of international market mechanisms could contribute to the cost-effective achievement of the goals of the EU and the Member States. If it considers it necessary, it should submit proposals to the European Parliament and the Council to amend this Regulation, Directive 2003/87/ EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EU) 2018/842 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 154 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 18
(18) To ensure the Union and the Member States remain on track to achieve the climate-neutrality objective and progress on adaptation, the Commission should regularly assess progress and gaps in required support. Should the collective progress made by Member States towards the achievement of the climate-neutrality objective or on adaptation be insufficient or Union measures inconsistent with the climate- neutrality objective or inadequate to enhance adaptive capacity, strengthen resilience or reduce vulnerability, the Commission should take the necessary measures in accordance with the Treaties. The Commission should also regularly assess relevant national measures, and issue recommendations where it finds that a Member State’s measures are inconsistent with the climate-neutrality objective or inadequate to enhance adaptive capacity, strengthen resilience and reduce vulnerability to climate change.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 160 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 19
(19) The Commission should ensure a robust and objective assessment based on the most up to date scientific, technical and socio-economic findings, and representative of a broad range of independent expertise, and base its assessment on relevant information including information submitted and reported by Member States, reports of the European Environment Agency, best available scientific evidence, including the reports of the IPCC, the latest stocktake in accordance with Article 14 of the Paris Agreement and UNFCC. Given that the Commission has committed to exploring how the EU taxonomy can be used in the context of the European Green Deal by the public sector, this should include information on environmentally sustainable investment, by the Union and Member States, consistent with Regulation (EU) 2020/… [Taxonomy Regulation] when such information becomes available. The Commission should use European and global statistics and data where available and seek expert scrutiny. The European Environment Agency should assist the Commission, as appropriate and in accordance with its annual work programme.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 167 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 21
(21) In order to provide predictability and confidence for all economic actors, including businesses, workers, investors and consumers, to ensure that the transition towards climate neutrality is irreversible, to ensure gradual reduction over time and to assist in the assessment of the consistency of measures and progress with the climate-neutrality objective, the power to adopt acts in accordance with Article 290 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union should be delegated to the Commission to set out a trajectory for achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the Union by 2050. It is of particular importance that the Commission carries out appropriate consultations during its preparatory work, including at expert level, and that those consultations be conducted in accordance with the principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April 2016 on Better Law-Making37 . In particular, to ensure equal participation in the preparation of delegated acts, the European Parliament and the Council receive all documents at the same time as Member States' experts, and their experts systematically have access to meetings of Commission expert groups dealing with the preparation of delegated acts. _________________ 37deleted OJ L 123, 12.5.2016, p. 1.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 173 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 23 a (new)
(23a) A well-functioning internal energy market is an important component of the energy transition and will help to make it financially viable. The development of smart and digital electricity and gas networks must therefore be given top priority in the multiannual financial framework MFF (TEN networks with Connecting Europe Facility CEF). Covid- 19 recovery programmes must also support the development of transnational energy grids. Effective and swift decision- making procedures are needed to support transnational grid developments, notably in future-oriented and hydrogen- compatible gas infrastructure.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 177 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 23 b (new)
(23b) European Alliances, especially in the battery and hydrogen sector, are of outmost importance: Coordinated at European level, they offer great opportunities for post-Covid-19 regional recovery processes and successful structural change. Statutory requirements must create a framework for innovations in climate-friendly mobility and energy generation. Those alliances should receive adequate support and funding and should also be part of the future foreign and neighbourhood policy as well as of trade agreements.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 177 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 21
(21) In order to provide predictability and confidence for all economic actors, including businesses, workers, investors and consumers, to ensure that the transition towards climate neutrality is irreversible, to ensure gradual reduction over time and to assist in the assessment of the consistency of measures and progress with the climate-neutrality objective, the power to adopt acts in accordance with Article 290 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union should be delegated to the Commission to set out a trajectory for achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the Union by 2050. It is of particular importance that the Commission carries out appropriate consultations during its preparatory work, including at expert level, and that those consultations be conducted in accordance with the principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April 2016 on Better Law-Making37 . In particular, to ensure equal participation in the preparation of delegated acts, the European Parliament and the Council receive all documents at the same time as Member States' experts, and their experts systematically have access to meetings of Commission expert groups dealing with the preparation of delegated acts. _________________ 37deleted OJ L 123, 12.5.2016, p. 1.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 193 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 23 a (new)
(23 a) TEN-T infrastructures have a strategic role in achieving the climate neutrality within the Union. Thus, the completion of the core network by 2030 is of the outmost importance in order to allow the modal shift to more sustainable transport modes.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 206 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 2
2. The relevant Union institutions and the Member States shall take the necessary measures at Union and national level respectively, to enable the collective achievement of the climate-neutrality objective set out in paragraph 1, taking into account the importance of promoting fairand applying fairness, competitiveness and solidarity among Member States.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 218 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 3
3. By September 2020, tThe Commission shall review the Union’s 2030 target for climate referred to in Article 2(11) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 in light of the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) and the Covid-19 Pandemic, and explore options for a new 2030 target of 50 to 55% emission reductions compared to 1990. Where the Commission considers that it is necessary to amend that target, it shall make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council as appropriateThe review shall be based on a thorough impact assessment, with a breakdown per Member State, taking into account the Covid-19 influence on European economy and households, the impact of Brexit and the potential social impact of future measures. Where the Commission considers that it is necessary to amend that target, it shall make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council as appropriate and set out how the use of international market mechanisms can contribute to the cost-effective achievement of the objectives of the EU and the Member States. The Commission should also pursue in parallel efforts to develop a methodology to calculate life- cycle emissions for some products. The contribution of projects in third countries should be accountable for emission reductions while double counting should be strictly avoided and clear documentation integrated.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 226 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 4
4. By 30 June 2021, the Commission shall assess how the Union legislation implementing the Union’s 2030 target would need to be amended in order to enable the achievement of 50 to 55 % emission reductions compared to 1990 and to achieve the climate-neutrality-objective set out in Article 2(1), and consider taking the necessary measures, including the adoption of legislative proposals, in accordance with the Treaties. When assessing the need to adopt new legislative proposal revising existing legislation and policies, the Commission shall take into consideration regulatory consistency and stability in order to preserve favourable environment for future-proof investments.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 242 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 3
3. By September 2020, tThe Commission shall review the Union’s 2030 target for climate referred to in Article 2(11) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 in light of the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) and the effects of Covid-19 pandemic, and explore options for a new 2030 target of 50 to 55% emission reductions compared to 1990. Where the Commission considers that it is necessary to amend that target, it shall make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council as appropriateThe revision shall be based on a solid impact assessment, taking into account the social and economic effects of Covid- 19 crisis as well as potential social impact of future measures. Where the Commission considers that it is necessary to amend that target, it shall make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council as appropriate. The Commission shall also pursue in parallel efforts to develop a methodology to calculate life-cycle emissions for some products, in particular in the case of road vehicles, aircraft and vessels.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 252 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1
1. The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 9 to supplement this Regulation byshall assess, based on the criteria set out in paragraph 3, the feasibility of setting out an indicative trajectory at Union level to achieve the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) until 2050. At the latest within six months after each global stocktake referred to in Article 14 of the Paris Agreement, the Commission shall review the trajectoryand make an appropriate legislative proposal to that effect.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 256 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 3
3. By September 2020, tThe Commission shall review the Union’s 2030 target for climate referred to in Article 2(11) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 in light of the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1), and explore options for a new 2030 target of 50 to 55% emission reductions compared to 1990. Where the Commission considers that it is necessary to amend that target, it shall make proposals to the European Parliament and to the Council as appropriate.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 257 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2
2. The indicative trajectory shall start from the Union’s 2030 target for climate referred to in Article 2(3).
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 263 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – introductory part
3. When setting athe options for an indicative trajectory in accordance with paragraph 1, the Commission shall consider the following:
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 268 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 4 a (new)
4 a. By 31 December 2025, and every five years thereafter, the Commission shall review and, if necessary, update the objectives referred to in this Article, by presenting the appropriate proposal to the European Parliament and Council, taking into account the following elements: a) the national intermediate reports for the implementation of the integrated national energy and climate plans referred to in Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2018 on the governance of the Energy Union and of the action for the climate that modifies the directives (CE) n. 663/2009 and (CE) n. 715/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council, directives 94/22 / EC, 98/70 / EC, 2009/31 / EC, 2009/73 / EC,2010/31 / EU, 2012/27 / EU and 2013 / 30 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, the Council Directives 2009/119 / EC and (EU) 2015/652 and which repeals Regulation (EU) no. 525/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council; b) the level of achievement of economic and social development objectives; c) the international context and its impact on the EU climate policy; d) technological innovation and best available technologies in the sectors concerned; e) eventual situations that qualify as force majeure and preparations for such situations;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 280 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1
1. The Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 9 to supplement this Regulation byBased on the criteria set out in paragraph 3, the Commission shall asses the feasibility of setting out a trajectory at Union level to achieve the climate- neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) until 2050. At the latest within six months after each global stocktake referred to in Article 14 of the Paris Agreement, the Commission shall review the trajectory.
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 287 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point c
(c) best available technologyies, their current penetration in the market and conditions for their further deployment;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 288 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2
2. The proposed trajectory shall start from the Union’s 2030 target for climate referred to in Article 2(3).
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 298 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point d
(d) energy efficiency, energy affordability and security of supply, including any low-carbon technologies;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 305 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point c
(c) best available technologyies, their current market uptake and conditions for their further deployment;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 316 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point e
(e) fairness and solidarity between and within Member States, as well as Member States' different starting points;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 331 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point g a (new)
(ga) the need for predictability and regulatory stability for future-proof investments;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 331 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point i
(i) international developments and efforts undertaken by third countries to achieve the long-term objectives of the Paris Agreement and the ultimate objective of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 335 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point h
(h) the need to ensure a just and socially fair transition, including the potential social impact of future measures;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 340 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point i
(i) international developments and global efforts undertaken by third countries to achieve the long-term climate objectives of the Paris Agreement and the ultimate objective of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 341 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point i a (new)
(ia) the prevention of carbon leakage, in particular in energy intensive industries competing at global level;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 341 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point j a (new)
(j a) the economic and social impact of Covid-19 pandemic;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 343 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point j b (new)
(j b) potential social impact of future measures;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 344 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point j c (new)
(j c) an inclusive cross-sectoral approach based on the indicators of the climate performance of specific sectors, such as transport and mobility;
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 349 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point j a (new)
(ja) the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Europe’s economic situation (or global economic disruptions, such as Covid-19);
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 353 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point j b (new)
(jb) impact of Brexit on the Union’s general ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 370 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 2
2. Member States shall develop and implement, through the national energy and climate plans, adaptation strategies and plans that include comprehensive risk management frameworks, based on robust climate and vulnerability baselines and progress assessments.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 377 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – introductory part
By 30 Septem1 October 20238, and every 5 years thereafter, the Commission shall assess, together with the assessment foreseen under Article 29(5) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1999:
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 390 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point b a (new)
(b a) the collective progress at global level towards the achievement of the Paris Agreement objectives;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 391 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point b b (new)
(b b) the common progress of all Member States in achieving the EU's industrial policy objectives, in particular the objective of increasing the share of industrial value creation in the EU's total value creation;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 402 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – introductory part
2. By 30 Septem1 October 20238, and every 5 years thereafter, the Commission shall review:
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 404 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – point a
(a) the consistency of Union measures with the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) as expressed by the indicative trajectory referred to in Article 3(1) and with the global development in accordance with the Paris Agreement objectives;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 408 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – point b a (new)
(b a) the adequacy of the measures to ensure progress towards the EU's industrial objectives as well as to ensure effective protection against carbon leakage;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 413 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9
1. The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Article 3(1) is conferred on the Commission subject to the conditions laid down in this Article. 2. The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Article 3(1) shall be conferred on the Commission for an indeterminate period of time from …[OP: date of entry into force of this Regulation]. 3. The delegation of power referred to in Article 3(1) may be revoked at any time by the European Parliament or by the Council. A decision to revoke shall put an end to the delegation of the power specified in that decision. It shall take effect the day following the publication of the decision in the Official Journal of the European Union or at a later date specified therein. It shall not affect the validity of any delegated acts already in force. 4. Before adopting a delegated act, the Commission shall consult experts designated by each Member State in accordance with the principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April 2016 on Better Law-Making. 5. As soon as it adopts a delegated act, the Commission shall notify it simultaneously to the European Parliament and to the Council. 6. A delegated act adopted pursuant to Article 3 shall enter into force only if no objection has been expressed either by the European Parliament or the Council within a period of two months of notification of that act to the European Parliament and to the Council or if, before the expiry of that period, the European Parliament and the Council have both informed the Commission that they will not object. That period shall be extended by two months at the initiative of the European Parliament or of the Council.Article 9 deleted Exercise of the delegation
2020/06/04
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 428 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – introductory part
By 30 Septem1 October 20238, and every 5 years, thereafter the Commission shall assess:
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 432 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point a
(a) the consistency of national measures identified, on the basis oftaking into account the National Energy and Climate Plans or the Biennial Progress Reports submitted in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2018/1999, as relevant for the achievement of the climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2(1) with that objective as expressed by the trajectory referred to in Article 3(1);
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 434 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point b
(b) the adequacy of relevant national measures to ensure progress on adaptation as referred to in Article 4.;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 442 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point b a (new)
(b a) the impact of the implemented measures on the national economic and social situation;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 444 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1 – point b b (new)
(b b) the effects of the climate policy on industrial value creation and, in particular, on the goal of increasing the share of industrial value creation in total value creation, in order to achieve a more competitive and resilient economy.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 458 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2
2. Where the Commission finds, under due consideration of the collective progress assessed in accordance with Article 5(1), that a Member State’s measures are inconsistent with that objective as expressed by the trajectory referred to in Article 3(1) or inadequatesufficient to ensure progress on adaptation as referred to in Article 4, it may issue recommendations to that Member State. The Commission shall make such recommendations publicly available.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 468 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 1 – point c
(c) European and global statistics and data, including data on losses from adverse climate impacts, where available; and
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 469 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 1 – point c a (new)
(c a) the latest global stocktake referred to in Article 14 of the Paris Agreement;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 480 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 1
The Commission shall engage with all parts of society to enable and empower them to take action towards a climate- neutral and climate-resilient society. The Commission shall facilitate an inclusive and accessible process at all levels, including at national, regional and local level and with social partners, industry stakeholders, citizens and civil society, for the exchange of best practice and to identify actions to contribute to the achievement of the objectives of this Regulation. In addition, the Commission may also draw on the multilevel climate and energy dialogues as set up by Member States in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EU) 2018/1999.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 485 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9
1. The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Article 3(1) is conferred on the Commission subject to the conditions laid down in this Article. 2. The power to adopt delegated acts referred to in Article 3(1) shall be conferred on the Commission for an indeterminate period of time from …[OP: date of entry into force of this Regulation]. 3. The delegation of power referred to in Article 3(1) may be revoked at any time by the European Parliament or by the Council. A decision to revoke shall put an end to the delegation of the power specified in that decision. It shall take effect the day following the publication of the decision in the Official Journal of the European Union or at a later date specified therein. It shall not affect the validity of any delegated acts already in force. 4. Before adopting a delegated act, the Commission shall consult experts designated by each Member State in accordance with the principles laid down in the Interinstitutional Agreement of 13 April 2016 on Better Law-Making. 5. As soon as it adopts a delegated act, the Commission shall notify it simultaneously to the European Parliament and to the Council. 6. A delegated act adopted pursuant to Article 3 shall enter into force only if no objection has been expressed either by the European Parliament or the Council within a period of two months of notification of that act to the European Parliament and to the Council or if, before the expiry of that period, the European Parliament and the Council have both informed the Commission that they will not object. That period shall be extended by two months at the initiative of the European Parliament or of the Council.Article 9 deleted Exercise of the delegation
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 496 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point 1
Regulation (EU) 2018/1999
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) implement strategies and measures designed to meet the Union’s climate- neutrality objective as set out in Article 2 of Regulation …/… [Climate Law], the objectives and targets of the Energy Union, and for the first ten-year period, from 2021 to 2030, in particular the Union’s 2030 targets for energy and climate;; , and to achieve the EU's industrial policy goals, in particular the goal of increasing the share of industrial value creation in the total value creation of the EU, in order to achieve a more competitive and resilient economy;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 502 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point 3
Regulation (EU) 2018/1999
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point f
(f) an assessment of the impacts of the planned policies and measures to meet the objectives referred to in point (b) of this paragraph, including their consistency with Union’s climate-neutrality objective set out in Article 2 of Regulation …/… [Climate Law], the long-term greenhouse gas emission reduction objectives under the Paris Agreement and the long-term strategies as referred to in Article 15; as well as the EU's industrial policy goals according to COM(2020) 102 final;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 504 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – introductory part
(4) in Article 8(2), the following point (e) iss are added:
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 506 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point 4
Regulation (EU) 2018/1999
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point ea (new)
(e a) the way in which the current policies and measures and the planned policies and measures contribute to the achievement of the EU's industrial policy goals in accordance with COM (2020) 102 final.
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 508 #

2020/0036(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point 5
Regulation (EU) 2018/1999
Article 11
Each Member State shall establish a multilevel climate and energy dialogue pursuant to national rules, in which local authorities, civil society organisation, business community, in particular representatives of SMEs, the digital sector, investors and other relevant stakeholders and the general public are able actively to engage and discuss the achievement of the Union’s climate- neutrality objective set out in Article 2 of Regulation …/… [Climate Law] and the different scenarios envisaged for energy and climate policies, including for the long term, and review progress, unless it already has a structure which serves the same purpose. Integrated national energy and climate plans may be discussed within the framework of such a dialogue.;
2020/06/09
Committee: ITRE
Amendment 87 #

2019/2157(INI)

1a. Observes that, according to the European Environment Agency, urban woods also make a by no means insignificant contribution to combating climate change and its impact on health, and draws attention to their particularly vital function for town- and city-dwellers as places of recreation and as natural surroundings; stresses that, in addition to woods in rural areas, urban woodlands and the interaction of woods and trees with urban and periurban areas, as well as understanding of their function for these communities, should be evaluated, particularly with reference to the persistent droughts;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 93 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. Notes that safeguarding and sustainably managing our forests makes a core contribution to our general well- being and should not be subject to competition law; forests are a home for public-interest activities in the field of leisure and health as well as education;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 99 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 b (new)
1b. Observes that, with reference to the multifunctional role of forests, all aspects need to be promoted: the protective function of forests as a habitat for countless animal and plant species, the utility function of forests as sources of wood and other products, the protective function of forests for flora and fauna; stresses that the ecological, economic and social functions of forests must be considered in conjunction with one another;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 105 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 c (new)
1c. Stresses the importance of the reorientation of forestry so as to adopt integrated forest management practices, thereby realising the existing potential of woodland by means of multifunctional active forestry with sustainable management;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 123 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Stresses the importance and the vital role of the forestry and wood cluster for protection of the climate; stresses that forestry and forestry services, as well as downstream processing operations, generate substantial economic activity, particularly in rural, structurally disadvantaged regions, thanks to their demand for further goods and services from other sectors;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 229 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5 a (new)
5a. Notes that a uniform European approach to research is needed to tackle the impact of climate change on our forests; stresses the future importance of climate-resistant tree species and coordinated pest control;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 243 #

2019/2157(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5 b (new)
5b. Calls for trade agreements to take account of the principle of sustainability with regard to timber imports, and for penalties to be applied in the event of infringements;
2020/04/30
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 34 #

2019/0101(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 9 a (new)
(9a) The Commission is to mandate CEN to work out a PEMS-Performance Standard for determination of individual error margins of PEM-Systems. Before applying a PEMS-Performance Standard, the Commission is committed to keeping the error margin under annual review and to update them only once improvements in the measuring technology have been made.
2020/01/31
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 47 #

2019/0101(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 9 a (new)
(9 a) The Commission will mandate CEN to work out a PEMS-Performance Standard for determination of individual error margins of PEM-Systems. Before applying a PEMS-Performance Standard, the Commission is committed to keeping the error margin under annual review and to only update it once improvements in the measuring technology have been made.
2020/01/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 76 #

2019/0101(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex – paragraph 1
Regulation (EC) No 715/2007
Annex I – table 2a
Table 2a: Real Driving Emissions Conformity Factors (0a) Oxides of Number of Carbon Total Combined nitrogen (NOx) particles (PN) monoxide hydrocarbons hydrocarbons (CO)(1) (THC) and oxides of nitrogen (THC + NOx) CFpollutant-final (2) 1.43 1.5 CF pollutant-temp 2.1 1.5 (3) (0a) In order to verify an individual error margin of PEM-Systems to complement or replace the margins in Table 2a in Annex to this Regulation, the Commission shall take into account any CEN standards that determine a PEMS-Performance standard with respect to measuring NOx and PN. (1) CO emissions shall be measured and recorded for all RDE tests. (2) CF pollutant-final is the conformity factor used to determine compliance with the Euro 6 emission limits by taking into account the technical uncertainties linked with the use of the Portable Emission Measurement Systems (PEMS). (3)CF pollutant-temp is the temporary conformity factor that may be used upon request of the manufacturer as an alternative to CFpollutant-final during a period of 5 years and 4 months following the dates specified in Article 10(4) and (5).”
2020/01/29
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 95 #

2019/0101(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex – paragraph 1
Regulation (EC) No 715/2007
Annex I – table 2a – row 2
CF 1,43 1+ 1,5 + - - - pollutant- final (2) margin margin final (2) of error of error (margin (margin =[0,43](2 =0,5) a)) (2) CF pollutant-final is the conformity factor used to determine compliance with the Euro 6 emission limits by taking into account the technical uncertainties linked with the use of the Portable Emission Measurement Systems (PEMS). It is therefore expressed as 1 + a margin of error. (2a) In order to verify an individual error margin of PEM-Systems to complement or replace the margins in Table 2a in annex to this Regulation, the Commission shall take into account any CEN standards that determine a PEMS-Performance standard with respect to measuring NOx and PN.
2020/01/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 31 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 13 a (new)
(13a) The IMO adopted on 13 April 2018 an initial strategy on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships, seeking to cap the increase of those emissions as soon as possible and to reduce them by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008, and to pursue efforts towards phasing them out as soon as possible in this century. Work is currently ongoing at the IMO to adopt short-term emissions reduction measures, which are expected to be adopted by 2023 and will constitute the first step towards the achievement of the IMO’s 2050 objective. The EU should engage constructively with IMO Member States to reach a global agreement on the GHG emissions reduction measures.
2020/02/28
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 45 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph -1 (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 1
(-1) Article 1 is replaced by the following: "Article 1 Subject matter This Regulation lays down rules for the accurate monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and of other relevant information from entities that are responsible for the commercial operation of ships arriving at, within or departing from ports under the jurisdiction of a Member State, in order to promote the reduction of CO2 emissions from maritime transport in a cost -effective manner. " Or. en (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/?qid=1582282041119&uri=CELEX:02015R0757-20161216)
2020/02/28
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 51 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph -1 a (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 2 – paragraph 1
1. This Regulation applies to(-1a) In Article 2, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: "1. This Regulation applies to entities that are responsible for the commercial operation of the ships above 5 000 gross tonnage in respect of CO2 emissions released during their voyages from their last port of call to a port of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State and from a port of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State to their next port of call, as well as within ports of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State. " Or. en (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/?qid=1582282041119&uri=CELEX:02015R0757-20161216)
2020/02/28
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 56 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point a
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 3 – point d
(d) 'company' means the shipowner or anentity other organisation or person such as the manager or the bareboat charterer, which has assumed the responsibility for the operation of the ship from the shipowner and has agreed to take over all the duties and responsibilities imposed by Regulation (EC) No 336/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council;at is responsible for the commercial operation of the ship and that pays for the fuel consumed by the ship, such as the shipowner, the manager, the time charterer or the bareboat charterer;
2020/02/28
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 57 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 a (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 4 – paragraph 1
(1a) In Article 4, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: "1. In accordance with Articles 8 to 12, companies shall, for each of their ships under their commercial operational control, monitor and report on the relevant parameters during a reporting period. They shall carry out that monitoring and reporting within all ports under the jurisdiction of a Member State and for any voyages to or from a port under the jurisdiction of a Member State. " Or. en (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/?qid=1582282041119&uri=CELEX:02015R0757-20161216)
2020/02/28
Committee: TRAN
Amendment 103 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph -1 (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 1
(-1) Article 1 is replaced by the following: "Article 1 Subject matter This Regulation lays down rules for the accurate monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions and of other relevant information from the companies responsible for the commercial operation of ships arriving at, within or departing from ports under the jurisdiction of a Member State, in order to promote the reduction of CO 2 emissions from maritime transport in a cost effective manner. " Or. en ((https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:02015R0757- 20161216&from=EN))
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 105 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph -1 a (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 2 – paragraph 1
1. This Regulation applies to(-1a) In Article 2, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: "1. This Regulation applies to the companies responsible for the commercial operation of the ships above 5 000 gross tonnage in respect of CO 2 emissions released during their voyages from their last port of call to a port of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State and from a port of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State to their next port of call, as well as within ports of call under the jurisdiction of a Member State. (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:02015R0757-" Or. en 20161216&from=EN)
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 115 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point a
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point d
(d) 'company' means the shipowner or any other organisation or person such as the managlegal person that is responsible for the commercial operation of the ship, meaning the legal person that pays for the fuel consumed by the ship such as the manager, the shipowner, the time charterer or the bareboat charterer, which has assumed the responsibility for the operation of the ship from the shipowner and has agreed to take over all the duties and responsibilities imposed by Regulation (EC) No 336/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council;;
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 120 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 a (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Article 4 – paragraph 1
(1a) In Article 4, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: "1. In accordance with Articles 8 to 12, companies shall, for each of their ships under their commercial operational control, monitor and report on the relevant parameters during a reporting period. They shall carry out that monitoring and reporting within all ports under the jurisdiction of a Member State and for any voyages to or from a port under the jurisdiction of a Member State. (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:02015R0757-" Or. en 20161216&from=EN)
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 137 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 5 a (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Chapter II a (new) – Article 12 a (new)
(5a) The following Chapter IIa is inserted: Chapter IIa Article 12a In its Communication on the European Green Deal on 11 December 2019 the European Commission declared its intention to extend the system for greenhouse gas emission allowance trading within the Union to the maritime sector. In the context of the staged approach as laid down in this Regulation, any proposal on regional measures to reduce CO2 emissions from shipping shall be preceded by a holistic and comprehensive impact assessment, in close consultation with all relevant stakeholders.
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 138 #

2019/0017(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 5 b (new)
Regulation (EU) 2015/757
Chapter II a (new) – Article 12 a (new)
(5b) The following Chapter IIa is inserted: Chapter IIa Article 12a In order to contribute to achieving the Union`s commitment to reducing its domestic and economy wide emissions under the Paris Agreement, and to implement the IMO Initial Strategyon reduction of GHG emissions from ships, this Regulation also imposes obligations to the sector to reduce CO2 emissions per transport work, as an average across international shipping, by at least 40% by 2030, pursuing efforts towards 70% by 2050, compared to 2008.
2020/03/20
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 81 #

2018/2793(RSP)


Paragraph 11
11. Calls on the Commission to propose legislation prohibiting the production, sale and usefully enforce the existing use restrictions of all neonicotinoid-based pesticides throughout the Union without derogation;
2018/10/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 358 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 1
1. Welcomes the intention to simplify the CAP and to modernise the CAP, butit in order to move away from the current obsession with procedure towards rigorous result- orientation; emphasises, however, that the integrity of the single market and a truly common policy must be the overriding priorities of reform;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 392 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Notes in this context that granting voluntary coupled support payments can result in distortions of competition;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 397 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2 b (new)
2b. Calls on the Commission to amend the EU law on state aid so that the measures described in the programme will also be authorised to receive support (the ‘one window approach’);
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 454 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 5
5. Welcomes the efforts of the Commission to establish programme design, implementation and control of an output-based approach in order to foster performance rather than compliance, while ensuring adequate, risk-based monitoring via clearly defined, solid and measurable indicators at EU level, including an appropriate system of quality control and penaltiesanctions;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 466 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 5 a (new)
5a. Considers that, in the first pillar Member States can choose programmes from a priority catalogue established by the EU;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 486 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 6 a (new)
6a. Stresses that farmers are entrepreneurs and as such should be granted the corresponding freedoms so that they can obtain fair market prices for their products;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 607 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 10
10. Believes that more targeted support for family farms is necessary and can be achieved by introducing a compulsory higher support rate for smallat Member State level for small and medium-sized farms; considers, moreover, that support for larger farms should be digressive, reflecting economies of scale, with the possibility for capping to be decided by the Member States, taking into account the number of workers normally employed, whilst retaining the funds liberated by capping and degression in the Member State / the region;
2018/03/22
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 756 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 13 a (new)
13a. Insists that payments received by beneficiaries under Pillar I must not exceed twice the EU average for per hectare direct payments;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 772 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 14
14. Believes that, provided that a level playing field in the single market can be guaranteed, voluntary coupled support (VCS) payments only voluntary coupled support (VCS) payments which are consistent with WTO rules and do not give rise to distortions of competition should be maintained, as a tool to counteract specific difficulties, particularly those arising from the structural competitive disadvantage of less- favoured and mountainous regions, as well as those which are more temporary in nature and arise from a shift away from the old entitlement scheme, for example;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 798 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 14 a (new)
14a. Takes the view, therefore, that voluntary coupled support payments should not be made to commercial farms, with the exception of those cultivating protein crops;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 897 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16
16. Underlines the importance of rural development, including the LEADER initiative, in supporting multi-functional agriculture and in fostering additional entrepreneurial activities and opportunities, in order to generate income from agri- tourism, and to secure community- supported agriculture and the provision of social services and strengthen the socioeconomic fabric in rural areas;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 914 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16 a (new)
16a. Emphasises that measures less closely related to farming must be subject to a higher co-financing rate;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 927 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17
17. Calls on the Commission to introduce a new andunder Pillar I a comprehensive legal framework which allows the integration of the various types of environmental actions at present, such asconstitutes a mandatory EU approach and at the same time, in the context of cross -compliance, allows the integration of greening and the good agricultural and environmental conditions (GAEC) standards, as well as agri-environment measures (AEMs) for rural development, so that farmers can deliver effectively and with less bureaucracy on environmental care, biodiversity and climate action, while ensuring that Member States have adequate control and taking into account local conditions;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 951 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17 a (new)
17a. Calls for the introduction of a comprehensive legal framework for the second pillar as well which allows the integration of the various types of environmental actions at present, as well as agri-environment measures (AEMs) for rural development, so that farmers can deliver effectively and with less bureaucracy on environmental care, biodiversity and climate action, while ensuring that Member States have adequate control and taking into account local conditions;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 959 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17 a (new)
17a. Calls, in addition to farms which engage solely in organic agricultural production in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EC) No 834/2007 and are exempt from the greening requirements laid down in Article 43 of Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013, for farms which carry out agri-environmental measures within the meaning of Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 also to be exempt;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1053 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19 a (new)
19a. Calls, without prejudice to a redefinition of the total amount of Union support for rural development, the current rural development programmes in accordance with article 10 (2) of (EU) 1305/2013 shall continue to apply until 2024 or until a new reform is adopted;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1061 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19 a (new)
19a. Calls, in the context of the development of an EU protein plant strategy, for a single application of plant protection products over the period from before until shortly after sowing to be authorised for all land down to protein plants;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1070 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19 b (new)
19b. Calls for the introduction of targeted modernisation and structural improvement measures under Pillar II, with a view to achieving priority objectives such as Digital Farming 4.0;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1077 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19 c (new)
19c. Emphasises, in that connection, that modernisation and investment measures must be drawn up in order to provide all farms in the EU irrespective of their size with digital equipment;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1215 #

2018/2037(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 23 a (new)
23a. Calls for the Commission to be able to adopt Europe-wide measures without compensation to reduce production in the event of extreme market disturbances in the milk market;
2018/03/23
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 243 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) 'farmer' means a natural or legal person, or a group of natural or legal persons, regardless of the legal status granted to such group and its members by national law, whose holding is situated within the territorial scope of the Treaties, as defined in Article 52 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) in conjunction with Articles 349 and 355 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), and who exercises an agricultural activity in line with best practices as defined by Member States;
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 259 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
1. Member States shall provide in their CAP Strategic Plan the definitions of agricultural activity, agricultural area, eligible hectare, genuine farmer and young farmer: to be used in their requirements for an EU list in relation to CAP alignment: The Commission shall detail the specifics of this list for all Member States in line with best practices and exchange of experiences upon this Regulation’s entry into force.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 266 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point b – introductory part
(b) 'agricultural area' shall be defined in a way that it is composed of arable land, permanent crops and permanent grassland. Landscape features and/or mobile and stationary technical equipment, which are absolutely necessary for proper agricultural management, may hereby be included as components of the agricultural area. The terms 'arable land', 'permanent crops' and 'permanent grassland' shall be further specified by Member States within the following framework:
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 269 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point b – point i
(i) 'arable land' shall be land cultivated for crop production or areas available for crop production but lying fallow, and include areas set aside in accordance with Articles 22, 23 and 24 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1257/199928 , with Article 39 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/200529 , with Article 28 of Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 or with Article 65 of this Regulation, including areas set aside as part of conditionality, areas set aside as part of measures by Member States, an obligation to convert arable land into grassland as part of measures by the EU or Member States, and all other fallow land or areas set aside which were used for crop production before being fallow or set aside, provided that Member States make provisions for this; __________________ 28 Council Regulation (EC) No 1257/1999 of 17 May 1999 on support for rural development from the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF) and amending and repealing certain Regulations (OJ L 160, 26.6.1999, p. 80). 29 Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) (OJ L 277, 21.10.2005, p. 1).
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 284 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point b – point iii
(iii) 'permanent grassland and permanent pasture' (together referred to as 'permanent grassland') shall be land not included in the crop rotation of the holding for five years or more, used to grow grasses or other herbaceous forage naturally (self-seeded) or through cultivation (sown). It may include other species such as shrubs and/or trees which can be grazed or produce animal feThe farmer shall still be able to convert individual areas of land, but under the condition that the farmer allocates the necessary replacement land or land to be exchanged;
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 290 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point c – introductory part
(c) for the purpose of types of interventions in the form of direct payments, 'eligible hectare' shall be defined in a way that it includes any agricultural area of the holding, including essential mobile and stationary technical equipment, particularly routes for agricultural vehicles, water troughs and by-products of harvesting such as silage bales or manure heaps:
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 293 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point c – point i
(i) that, during the year for which support is requested, is used for an agricultural activity which also includes the temporary storage of harvesting by- products (silage bales) and manure heaps, which are a product of this land, for up to six months, or, where the area is also used for non-agricultural activities, is predominantly used for agricultural activities, and which is at the farmer's disposal. Where duly justified for environmental reasons, eligible hectares may also include certain areas used for agricultural activities only every second year.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 296 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point c – point ii – paragraph 1 – indent 3 a (new)
– as part of environmental programmes, was rewetted and was used to grow crops through paludiculture.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 317 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Furthermore, a tolerance limit shall be set for reciprocal overuse, whether caused by fruit cultivation and/or several cultivators, within a topographical block designated as eligible hectares at 5% of the total block area, which must not exceed 0.5 ha. Overuse under this limit shall neither be sanctioned nor pursued.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 318 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 2 b (new)
2b. ‘eligible hectare’ shall be applicable for areas larger than 0.2 ha and shall be described by Member States in the format X.xx.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 453 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – paragraph 1 a (new)
Member States shall take agri- environment-climate commitments from the EU list prepared by the Commission. The established EU list for agri- environment-climate commitments should take into consideration the differences in climate and geography across Member States and should be applied across the entire territory to take advantage of the country-specific environmental and climate benefits. The Member States shall grant payments for environmental and climate performance achieved.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 468 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
1. Member States shall include in their CAP Strategic Plans a system of conditionality, under which an administrative penalty shall be imposed on beneficiaries receiving direct payments under Chapter II of this Title or the annual premia under Articles 65, 66 and 67 who do not comply with basic agricultural productivity, the statutory management requirements under Union law and the standards for good agricultural and environmental condition of land established in the CAP Strategic Plan, as listed in Annex III, relating to the following specific areas:
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 475 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) basic agricultural productivity, the climate and the environment;
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 481 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. In order to simplify administration, minimum limits and/or tolerance levels shall be set for the respective areas/requirements of conditionality, which shall neither lead to reductions in payments nor sanctions.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 568 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 14 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) the schemes for the climate and the environment.deleted
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 577 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 15 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
1. Member States shallmay reduce the amount of direct payments to be granted to a farmer pursuant to this Chapter for a given calendar year exceeding EUR 60 000 as follows:
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 629 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 15 a (new)
Article 15a Member States are obligated to adopt at least one measure according to letters (a), (b) and (c) of Article 15(1) or Article 15(1)(d) or according to Article 26 of this Regulation.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 668 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 25 – paragraph 1
Member States may grant payments to small farmers as defined by Member Sintroduce a simplified scheme for small farmers requesting support of up to EUR 1 250 for a maximum area of 10 hectatres by way of a round sum. This scheme may consist of a flat-rate payment, replacing direct payments under this Section and Section 3 of this Chapter. Member States shall design the corresponding intervention in the CAP Strategic Plan as optional for the farmers, or a per-hectare payment, which may be different for different territories, defined in accordance with Article 18(2); Member States shall state in the CAP Strategic Plan that the corresponding intervention is voluntary for the farmers. The total surface area for flat-rate payments to small farmers should not exceed 15 % of a Member State’s total surface area.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 671 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 26 – paragraph 1
1. Member States shallmay provide for a complementary redistributive income support for sustainability ('redistributive income support') under the conditions set out in this Article and as further specified in their CAP Strategic Plans.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 694 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Title 3 – chapter 2 – section 2 – subsection 4
SCHEMES FOR THE CLIMATE AND Schemes for the climate and the environment 1. support for voluntary schemes for the climate and the environment ('eco- schemes') under the conditions set out in this Article and as further specified in their CAPUBSECTION 4 deleted THE ENVIRONMENT Article 28 Member Strategic Plans. 2. this type of intervention genuine farmers who make commitments to observe, on eligible hectares, agricultural practices beneficial for the climate and the environment. 3. list of agricultural practices beneficial for the climate and the environment. 4. to meet one or more of the specific environmental- and climate-related objectives laid down in points (d), (e) and (f) of Article 6(1). 5. Under ths shall provide Member States shall support under Member States shall establish type of interventions, Member States shall only provide payments covering commitments which: (a) go beyond the relevant statutory management requirements and standards of good agricultural and environmental condition established under Section 2 of Chapter I of this Title; (b) requirements for the use of fertiliser and plant protection products, animal welfare, as well as other mandatory requirements established by national and Union law; (c) established for the maintenance of the agricultural area in accordance with point (a) of Article 4(1); (d) are different from commitments in respect of whhe Those practices shall be designed go beyond the minimum go beyond the conditions Support for eco-schemes shall take payments additional to the basich payments are granted under Article 65. 6. the form of an annual payment per eligible hectare and it shall be granted as either: (a) income support as set out in Subsection 2 of this Section; or (b) beneficiaries for all or part of the additional costs incurred and income foregone as a result of tcompensating Member States shall ensure that The cCommitments as set pursuant to Article 65. 7. interventions under this Article are consistent with those granted under Article 65. 8. adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 138 supplementing this Regulation with further rules on the eco-schemes.ssion is empowered to
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 799 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 28 – paragraph 6 – point b
(b) payments compensating beneficiaries with an incentive component for all or part of the additional costs incurred and income foregone as a result of the commitments as set pursuant to Article 65.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1040 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 64 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) environmental, climateschemes for agriculture, the climate, the environment, and other management commitments;
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1048 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 – title
Environmental, climateSchemes for agriculture, the climate, the environment, and other management commitmentobligations
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1053 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 – paragraph 1
1. Member States may grant payments for environmental, climateschemes for agriculture, the climate, the environment, and other management commitmentobligations under the conditions set out in this Article and as further specified in their CAP Strategic Plans.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1095 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 – paragraph 6
6. Member States shall compensate beneficiaries for costs incurred and income foregone resulting from the commitments made. Where necessary, they may also cover transaction costs and grant an incentive component. The payments and the incentive component may be staggered pursuant to objective criteria. In duly justified cases, Member States may grant support as a flat-rate or as a one- off payment per unit. Payments shall be granted annually.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1119 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 a (new)
Article 65a Member States shall support under this type of intervention farmers who make commitments to observe, on eligible hectares, agricultural practices beneficial for the climate and the environment. Member States shall choose agricultural practices beneficial for the climate and the environment from a list supplied by the Commission. The established EU list for agri- environment-climate commitments should take into consideration the differences in climate and geography across Member States and should be applied across the entire territory to take advantage of the country-specific environmental and climate benefits. The Member States shall grant payments for environmental and climate performance achieved in accordance with Article 64(a). The means of achieving environmental and climate performance as per this Article must be up to 100% financed by the EU;
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1349 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 1
Member States shall establish CAP Strategic Plans in accordance with this Regulation and Article 4 of this Regulation in particular to implement the Union support financed by the EAGF and the EAFRD for the achievement of the specific objectives set out to in Article 6.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1350 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 1 a (new)
Member States shall deliver their individual intervention strategies as set out in point (b) of Article 95(1) and Article 97 of this Regulation to the Commission, and the Commission shall convert these intervention strategies into an EU document.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1353 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 4
Each CAP Strategic Plan shall cover the period from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2027take effect two years after this reform enters into force.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1354 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 4 a (new)
The Commission shall ensure that the intervention strategies compiled by the Member States under Article 95 b of this Regulation are given consideration in the EU document.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1355 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 4 b (new)
The Commission shall ensure that the EU document is coherent, based on the intervention strategies proposed by the Member States in accordance with Article 95b to achieve the relevant goals of this Regulation.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1493 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 121 – paragraph 1
1. By 15 February 2023 and 15 February30 June 2023, or delayed accordingly in the event of a delay to the Regulation coming into effect, and 30 June of each subsequent year until and including 2030, the Member States shall submit to the Commission an annual performance report on the implementation of the CAP Strategic Plan in the previous financial year. The report submitted in 2023 shall cover the financial years 2021 and 2022. For direct payments as referred to in Chapter II of Title III, the report shall cover only financial year 2022.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1504 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2
2. When pursuing the specific objectives Member States and the Commission shall ensure simplification and performance of the CAP support.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1535 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 140 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2 a (new)
However, without prejudice to Annexes IX and IXa to this Regulation, Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 shall continue to be applicable until 2023 to: (a) operations implemented within rural development programs approved by the Commission under this Regulation, and (b) rural development programmes approved in accordance with Article 10(2) of this Regulation before 1 January 2023.
2018/12/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1591 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
1. Member States shall include in their CAP Strategic Plans a system of conditionality, under which an administrative penalty shall be imposed on beneficiaries receiving direct payments under Chapter II of this Title or the annual premia under Articles 65, 66 and 67 who do not comply with the basic agricultural productivity standard, the statutory management requirements under Union law and the standards for good agricultural and environmental condition of land established in the CAP Strategic Plan, as listed in Annex III, relating to the following specific areas:
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1596 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) the basic agricultural productivity standard, the climate and the environment;
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1610 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 b (new)
1b. For purposes of administrative simplification, de minimis thresholds and/or tolerance thresholds shall be defined for the various fields/requirements of conditionality, which shall not result either in deductions or in penalties.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 1843 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 15 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
1. Member States shallmay reduce the amount of direct payments to be granted to a farmer pursuant to this Chapter for a given calendar year exceeding EUR 60 000 as follows:
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2072 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 19 – paragraph 2
2. Where Member States having applied the basic payment scheme as laid down in Section 1 of Chapter I of Title III of Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 decide not to grant the basic income support based on payment entitlements, the payment entitlements allocated under Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 shall expire on 31 December 2020. Member States which have already completed the internal alignment of payment entitlements may decide to waive the payment entitlements earlier.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2159 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 25 – paragraph 1
Member States may grant payments to small farmers as defined by Member States by way of a roundintroduce a simplified scheme for small farmers requesting support of up to EUR 1 250 for an area of no more than 10 hectares. This arrangement may comprise a lump sum, replacing direct payments under this Section and Section 3 of this Chapter. Member States shall design the corresponding intervention in the CAP Strategic Plan as optional for the farmers or aid per hectare, which can be differentiated among territories according to Article 18(2); Member States shall indicate in the CAP Strategic Plan that the corresponding intervention is voluntary for farmers. The total area for lump-sum payments to small producers must not exceed 15% of the total area of a Member State.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2189 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 26 – paragraph 1
1. Member States shallmay provide for a complementary redistributive income support for sustainability (‘redistributive income support’) under the conditions set out in this Article and as further specified in their CAP Strategic Plans.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2450 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 28 – paragraph 6 – point b
(b) payments compensating beneficiaries with an incentive component for all or part of the additional costs incurred and income foregone as a result of the commitments as set pursuant to Article 65.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2475 #

2018/0216(COD)

1. Member States may grant coupled income support to genuine farmers under the conditions set out in this Subsection and as further specified in their CAP Strategic Plans. If they decide to grant coupled income support, they must ensure that this does not result in distortions of competition in the Internal Market.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 2510 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 30 – paragraph 1
Coupled income support may only be granted to the following sectors and productions or specific types of farming therein where these are important for economic, social or environmental reasons: ricereals, oilseeds, protein crops, grain legumes, flax, hemp, rice, nuts, starch potato, milk and milk products, seeds, sheepmeat and goatmeat, beef and veal, olive oil, silkworms, dried fodder, hops, sugar beet, cane and chicory, fruit and vegetables, short rotation coppice and other non-food crops, excluding trees, used for the production of products that have the potential to substitute fossil materials.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 3259 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 64 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) environmental, climateregulations for agriculture, the climate, the environment, and other management commitments;
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 3301 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 – title
Environmental, climateRegulations for agriculture, the climate, the environment, and other management commitmentobligations
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 3369 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 65 – paragraph 6
6. Member States shall compensate beneficiaries for costs incurred and income foregone resulting from the commitments made. Where necessary, they may also cover transaction costs and include an incentive component. Payments, including any incentive component, may be scaled on the basis of objective criteria. In duly justified cases, Member States may grant support as a flat-rate or as a one- off payment per unit. Payments shall be granted annually.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 3672 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 70 – paragraph 1
1. Member States shall grant support for risk management tools in the sense of multi-risk insurance under the conditions set out in this Article and as further specified in their CAP Strategic Plans.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4088 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 86 – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1
The indicative financial allocations for the coupled income support interventions referred to in Subsection 1 of Section 2 of Chapter II of Title III, shall be limited to a maximum of 105% of the amounts set out in Annex VII.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4231 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 91 – paragraph 4
Each CAP Strategic Plan shall cover the period from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2027take effect two years after the entry into force of this reform.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4375 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 99 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
The description of each intervention specified in the strategy referred to in point (d) of Article 95(1) shall include (if funding is provided under LEADER (Article 71(1), the provisions of this article, if relevant, shall be incorporated into the local development strategies):
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4608 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 111 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 4
The Member State shall publish the rules of procedures of the Monitoring Committee and all the data and information shared with the Monitoring Committee onlineits opinions.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4635 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 111 – paragraph 4 – introductory part
4. The Monitoring Committee shallcan give its opinion on:
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4735 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 121 – paragraph 1
1. By 15 February 2023 and 15 February30 June 2023, or later if the Regulation is delayed coming into force, and 30 June of each subsequent year until and including 2030, the Member States shall submit to the Commission an annual performance report on the implementation of the CAP Strategic Plan in the previous financial year. The report submitted in 2023 shall cover the financial years 2021 and 2022. For direct payments as referred to in Chapter II of Title III, the report shall cover only financial year 2022.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4817 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 123
Performance bonus 1. attributed to Member States in the year 2026 to reward satisfactory performance in relation to the environmental and climate targets provided that the Member State concerned has met the condition set out in Article 124(1). 2. equal to 5% of the amount per Member State for financial year 2027 as set out in Annex IX. Resources transferred between the EAGF and the EAFRD under Articles 15 and 90 are excluded for the purpose of calculating the performance bonus.Article 123 deleted A performance bonus may be The performance bonus shall be
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4845 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 124
Attribution of the performance bonus 1. of the year 2026, the performance bonus withheld from a Member State’s allocation following the second paragraph of Article 123 shall be attributed to this Member State if the result indicators applied to the specific environmental- and climate-related objectives set out in points (d), (e) and (f) of Article 6(1) in its CAP Strategic Plan have achieved at least 90% of their target value for the year 2025. 2. months of the receipt of the annual performance report in the year 2026 adopt an implementing act without applying the Committee procedure referred to in Article 139 to decide for each Member State whether the respective CAP Strategic Plans have achieved the target values referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article. 3. Where the target values referred to in paragraph 1 are achieved, the amount of the performance bonus shall be granted by the Commission to the Member States concerned and considered to be definitely allocated to financial year 2027 on the basis of the decision referred to in paragraph 2. 4. in paragraph 1 are not achieved, the commitments for financial year 2027 relating to the amount of the performance bonus of the Member States concerned shall not be granted by the Commission. 5. bonus, the Commission may take into consideration cases of force majeure and serious socio-economic crises impeding the achievement of the relevant milestones. 6. implementing acts laying down the detailed arrangements to ensure a consistent approach for determining the attribution of the performance bonus to Member States. Those implementing acts shall be adopted in accordance with the examination procedure referred to in Article 139(2).rticle 124 deleted Based on the performance review The Commission shall within two Where the target values referred to When attributing the performance The Commission shall adopt
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 4924 #

2018/0216(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 140 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2 a (new)
However, without prejudice to Annexes IX and IXa to this Regulation, Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 shall continue to apply, until 2023, to: (a) operations implemented within rural development programmes approved by the Commission under this Regulation, and (b) rural development programmes approved in accordance with Article 10(2) of this Regulation before 1 January 2023.
2018/12/10
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 50 #

2018/0206(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 27 a (new)
(27a) With a view to fully tapping into the potential of cross-sectorial cooperation and to improving synergies and coherence with other policy fields to achieve the general objectives of the ESF+, sport and physical activity should be used as a tool in ESF+ actions aimed, in particular, at fighting youth unemployment, improving social inclusion of marginalised groups, health promotion, and disease prevention.
2018/10/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 110 #

2018/0206(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point x
(x) promoting social integration of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion, including the most deprived and children, by supporting the use of innovative measures, including social inclusion through sport and physical activity;
2018/10/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 122 #

2018/0206(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 3
3. Under the Health strand, the ESF+ shall support health promotion and disease prevention, including through the promotion of physical activity, contribute to effectiveness, accessibility and resilience of health systems, make healthcare safer, reduce health inequalities, protect citizens from cross-border health threats, and support EU health legislation.
2018/10/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 152 #

2018/0206(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 26 – paragraph 2 – point b – point i
(i) Invest in health promotion and disease prevention, including through the promotion of physical activity
2018/10/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 13 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 1
Directive 86/278/EEC
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – point d
(d) the names and addresses of the recipients of the sludge and the place where the sludge is to be used;deleted
2018/09/04
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 27 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point 2
Directive 2004/35/EC
Article 18 – paragraph 1
Member States shall ensure that adequate and up-to-date information, at least on imminent threats of damage, is available to the public in an open data format online, in accordance with Annex VI of this Directive and with Article 7(4) of Directive 2003/4/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council*. For each incident, the information listed in Annex VI of this Directive shall be provided as a minimum.
2018/09/04
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 28 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point 2
Directive 2004/35/EC
Article 18 – paragraph 1 a (new)
The Commission shall develop guidelines concerning the implementation of Annex VI, in particular the classification of the scal of environmental damages as small, medium, large or very large
2018/09/04
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 35 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point 1
Directive 2009/147/EC
Article 12 – paragraph 1
Member States shall forward to the Commission every six years, at the same time as the report drawn up pursuant to Article 17 of Council Directive 92/43/EEC*, a report on the implementation of the measures taken under this Directive and the main impacts of these measures. This report shall include in particular transnational information concerning the status of the entire population and trends of wild bird species protected by this Directive, the threats and pressures on them, the conservation measures taken for them and the contribution of the network of Special Protection Areas to the objectives laid out in Article 2 of this Directive.";
2018/09/04
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 36 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point 2
Directive 2009/147/EC
Article 12 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 1
2. 2. The Commission, assisted by the European Environment Agency, shall prepare every six years a composite report , together with an assessment of trends and management recommendations, based on the information referred to in paragraph 1..
2018/09/04
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 49 #

2018/0205(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point 2
Directive 2004/35/EC
Article 18 – paragraph 1 a (new)
The Commission shall develop guidelines concerning the implementation of Annex VI, in particular the classification of the scale of environmental damages as small, medium, large or very large.
2018/09/06
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 308 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 9 a – paragraph 3
3. Flag Member States shall ensure that fisheries monitoring centres have access to all relevant data and in particular as listed in Articles 109 and 110 and operatethat monitoring is ensured 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 319 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 11
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 14 – paragraph 1
1. The master of each Union catching vessel shall keep an electronic fishing logbook for the purpose of recording fishing activities in which all quantities of each species caught above 50 kg live- weight equivalent are entered.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 372 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 12
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 15 – paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. By way of derogation from paragraph 2, masters of Union fishing vessels below eight metres’ length overall may, after completion of a fishing trip, record catches and transmit the data electronically.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 418 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 18
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 19 a – paragraph 2
2. The flag Member State may set a shorter period, of not less than fourtwo hours, for the prior notification referred to in paragraph 1 for fishing vessels flying their flag carrying out fishing activities in third country waters, taking into account the type of fishery products and the distance between the fishing grounds and port.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 425 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 19
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 20 – paragraph 2b a (new)
(2ba) By way of derogation from paragraph 2b, Member States may shorten the authorisation application period in some instances.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 458 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 23
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 25 a – paragraph 1
(1) Member States shall ensure effective control of the landing obligation. For this purpose a minimum percentage of fishing vessels fishing for species subject to the landing obligation and flying their flag established in accordance with paragraph 2, shall be equipped with continuously recording Closed-Circuit Television (CCTVa remote electronic control (REC) systems incorporating data storage.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 528 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 44
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 55 – paragraph 1
1. Member States shall ensure that recreational fisheries at sea on their territory and in Union waters are conducted in a manner compatible with the objectives and rules of the common fisheries policy.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 547 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 44
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 55 – paragraph 2 – point b
(b) put in place a registration or licensing system for vessels used in suchto transport recreational fishermen on a non- commercial basies, in addition to the registration or licencing system for natural and legal persons referred to in paragraph 1.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 591 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 46
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 58 – paragraph 7
7. Member States may exempt from the requirements set out in this Article small quantities of products sold directly from fishing vessels to consumers, provided that these do not exceed 510 kg of fishery product per consumer per day.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 603 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 47
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 59 – paragraph 3
(3) Consumers acquiring up to an amount of 510 kg of fishery product per day which are not thereafter placed on the market but used only for private consumption shall be exempted from this Article.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 609 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 48
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 59a – paragraph 1
1. Member States shall ensure that procedures are in place to enable that all fishery products are weighed upon landing on systems approved by the competent authorities and that weighing is carried out by operators registered for the weighing of fisheries products.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 621 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 49
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 60 – paragraph 1
1. Member Stasters shall ensure that all quantities of fishery products are weighed per species on weighing systems and by operators registered pursuant to Article 59a immediately after landing, prior to the fishery products being held in storage, transported or placed on the market.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 625 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 49
Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009
Article 60 – paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, Member States may permit fishery products to be weighed on board fishing vessels. In that instance, masters shall be responsible for ensuring that weighing is correctly carried out.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 627 #

2018/0193(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 49
1b. Without prejudice to specific provisions, the weighing shall be carried out on landing prior to the fisheries products being held in storage, transported or sold.
2019/02/07
Committee: PECH
Amendment 130 #

2018/0172(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 5 – paragraph 1
Member States shall prohibit the placing on market of the single-use plastic products listed in Part B of the Annex.deleted
2018/09/03
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 324 #

2018/0172(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 5 – paragraph 1
Member States shall prohibit the placing on market of the single-use plastic products listed in Part B of the Annex.deleted
2018/09/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 11 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point 3
(3) 'intelligent speed assistance' means a system to aid the driver in observing the appropriate speed for the road environment by providing haptic feedback through the accelerator pedal with speed limit information obtained through observation of road signs and signals, based on infrastructure signals or electronic map data, or both, made available in-vehicle;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 12 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point 6
(6) 'advanced distraction recognition' means a system capable of recognition of the level visual attention of the driver to the traffic situation and warning the driver if needed;deleted
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 13 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point 8
(8) 'reversing detection' means a camera or monitor, optical or detection system to make the driver aware of people and objects at the rear of the vehicle with the primary aim to avoid collisions upon reversing;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 16 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2
2. Tyre pressure monitoring systems shall be designed to avoid resetting or recalibration at a low tyre pressure.deleted
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 17 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – point d
(d) advanced distraction recognition;deleted
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 19 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2 – point a
(a) it shall be possible for the driver to feel through the accelerator pedalrecognize that the applicable speed limit is reached or exceeded;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 20 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2 – point b
(b) it shall not be possible to switch off or supress the systemthe system; the system shall be active at ignition on;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 21 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2 – point c
(c) it shall be possible for the driver to override the system’s prompted vehicle speed smoothly through normal operation of the accelerator pedal without need for kick-down;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 22 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 4 – point c a (new)
(c a) lane-keeping systems should apply dynamic corrections to the vehicle’s path from 70 km/h onwards;
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 23 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 6
6. Vehicles of categories M1 and N1 shall be designed and constructed so as to provide for an enlarged head impact protection zone with the aim of enhancing the protection of vulnerable road users and mitigating their potential injuries in the event of a collision.deleted
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 26 #

2018/0145(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 17 – paragraph 2
It shall apply from [PO: Please insert the date 36 months following the date of entry into force of this Regulation]. The delegated acts referred to in article 12 shall be published at least 24 months before their application.
2018/09/26
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 357 #

2018/0082(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point c a (new)
(ca) unilateral termination of supply contracts in response to falling prices.
2018/07/20
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 359 #

2018/0082(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point c b (new)
(cb) discount schemes and listing fees.
2018/07/20
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 360 #

2018/0082(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point c c (new)
(cc) mergers to form retail and wholesale purchasing groups.
2018/07/20
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 361 #

2018/0082(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point c d (new)
(cd) provisions laid down by the buyer regarding environmental protection and animal welfare standards which are more stringent than the relevant legal provisions in force.
2018/07/20
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 272 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3
3. The Coordination Group shall act by consensus, or, where necessary, vote by simplequalified majority. There shall be one vote per Member State.
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 312 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point b
(b) medical devices classified as class IIb and III pursuant to Article 51 of Regulation (EU) 2017/745 for which the relevant expert panels have provided a scientific opinion in the framework of the clinical evaluation consultation procedure pursuant to Article 54 of that Regulation;deleted
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 315 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point b – subparagraph 1 a (new)
The Commission shall, by means of Delegated Acts, include in Article 5 paragraph 1 of this Regulation a specific product category of medical devices if at least five Member States are systematically performing health technology assessments on the same specific product category of medical devices.
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 317 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point c
(c) in vitro diagnostic medical devices classified as class D pursuant to Article 47 of Regulation (EU) 2017/74617 for which the relevant expert panels have provided their views in the framework of the procedure pursuant to Article 48(6) of that Regulation. __________________ 17Regulation (EU) 2017/746 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2017 on in vitro diagnostic medical devices and repealing Directive 98/79/EC and Commission Decision 2010/227/EU (OJ L 117, 5.5.2017, p. 176).deleted
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 320 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point c – subparagraph 1 a (new)
The Commission shall, by means of Delegated acts, include in Article 5 paragraph 1 of this Regulation a specific product category of in vitro diagnostic medical devices if at least five Member States are systematically performing health technology assessments on the same specific product category of in vitro diagnostic medical devices.
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 329 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1
The Coordination Group shall initiate joint clinical assessments of health technologies on the basis of its annual work programme by designating a sub-group to oversee the preparation of the joint clinical assessment report on behalf of the Coordination Group. Member States may propose additional comparator, which from their point of view represents the relevant evidence-based standard of care in their Member State. In case this proposal has not been taken into account, the relevant Member State may use the mechanism referred to in Article 8 – paragraph 1 a (new).
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 356 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 5 – point a
(a) an analysis of the relative effects of the health technology being assessed on the patient-relevant health outcomes chosen for the assessment compared to one or more comparator treatments to be determined by the Coordination Group;
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 399 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 12
12. The Coordination Group shall approve the final joint clinical assessment report and summary report, wherever possible by consensus or, where necessary, by a simplequalified majority of Member States.
2018/06/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 407 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 1
1. Where the Commission considers that there are no legal obstacles to the inclusion of the approved joint clinical assessment report and summary report comply with the substantiin a list of technologies that have aund procedural requirements laid down in this Regulation,ergone a joint clinical assessment (hereafter referred to as ‘the list of assessed technologies’ or ‘list’) it shall include the name of the health technology which has been the subject of the approved report and summary report, in a list of technologies having undergone joint clinical assessment (the "the ‘List of Assessed Health Technologies" or the "List") at the latest 30 days after receipt of the approved report and summary report from the Coordination Group.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 413 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 2
2. Where, within 30 days of receipt of the approved joint clinical assessment report and the summary report, the Commission concludes that the approved joint clinical assessment report and summary report do not comply with the substantive and procedurlegal requirements laid down in this Regulation, it shall inform the Coordination Group of the reasons for its conclusions and request it to review the report and summary report.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 420 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 4
4. Following the submission of the modified approved joint clinical assessment report and summary report, and where the Commission considers that the modified approved joint clinical assessment report and summary report comply with the substantive and procedurlegal requirements laid down in this Regulation, it shall include the name of the health technology which has been the subject of the report and summary report, in the List of Assessed Health Technologies.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 424 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 5
5. If the Commission concludes that the modified approved joint clinical assessment report and summary report do not comply with the substantive and procedurlegal requirements laid down in this Regulation, it shall decline to include the name of the health technology in the List. The Commission shall inform the Coordination Group thereof, setting out the reasons for the non- inclusion. The obligations laid down in Article 8 shall not apply with respect to the health technology concerned. The Coordination Group shall inform the submitting health technology developer accordingly and include summary information on those reports in its annual report.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 436 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. This shall not prevent the Member States from complementing the joint clinical assessment with clinical assessments comparing the technology against a comparator which represents the best available evidence based standard of care in this Member State which, despite the Member States request during the scoping face, will not form part of the joint clinical assessment and which is necessary to complete the health technology assessment in that Member State. Any such measure should be justified, necessary and proportionate to achieving this aim. Any national assessment complementing the joint clinical assessment should follow the methodology established in accordance with Article 22. Member States shall notify the Commission and the Coordination Group of their intention to complement the joint clinical assessment together with a justification for doing so no later than 2 weeks after the Coordination Group has laid down the specific requirements for the joint assessment of the specific technology.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 486 #

2018/0018(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 13 – paragraph 12
12. The Coordination Group shall approve the final joint scientific consultation report, wherever possible by consensus or, where necessary, by a simplequalified majority of Member States, at the latest 100 days following the start of the preparation of the report referred to in paragraph 4.
2018/06/15
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 5 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Recital B
B. whereas it is important to understand the difference between recreational fisheries and semi-subsistence fishing, because the two should be evaluated and regulated separately and it should be made clear that recreational fishing is not semi-subsistence fishing;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 71 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. Calls upon the Commission to include and improve the existing provisions for recreational fishing in the new control regulation;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 79 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Calls upon the Commission to conduct an impact assessment on the recreational fishing in the EU; the assessment of the management plans which include recreational fishing provisions should also be embedded in the Commission’s final report on the impact assessment;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 114 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 7
7. Calls on the Commission to propose a comprehensive regulation on maritime recreational fisheries, as well as a definition for the activity at EU level, to be included in the future CFP, so that both types of maritime fishing – commercial and recreational – can be managed in a balanced, fair and sustainable manner with a view to achieving the desired objectidefinition for recreational fishing at EU levesl;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 119 #

2017/2120(INI)

7a. Based on the data and the impact assessment report, the Commission should evaluate the role of recreational fisheries in the future CFP, so that both types of maritime fishing – commercial and recreational – could be managed in a balanced, fair and sustainable manner with a view to achieving the desired objectives;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 125 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 8 a (new)
8a. Reminds that the EMFF provides funds for data collection, including recreational fisheries; calls upon the Commission to widen the future scope of the EMFF in order to provide financial support for research and analysis of the data collected;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 126 #

2017/2120(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 8 b (new)
8b. Reminds that traceability is the best tool in determining and controlling when recreational fishing becomes semi- subsistence fishing;
2018/03/01
Committee: PECH
Amendment 254 #

2017/2088(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Subheading 5
Training and innov, innovation and communication
2018/01/26
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 294 #

2017/2088(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18 a (new)
18a. Points out that, for smallholder farming and rural areas to develop further in a sustainable way, a generational change is required;
2018/01/26
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 299 #

2017/2088(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18 b (new)
18b. Stresses that creating new jobs and safeguarding them, promoting innovation, and digitisation in the area of agricultural training are essential for the competitiveness of European farming;
2018/01/26
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 308 #

2017/2088(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18 c (new)
18c. Notes that strong support for young farmers and the development of new economic activities in the European agricultural sector are essential for the future of rural areas and must be furthered as part of the new, post-2020 CAP;
2018/01/26
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 312 #

2017/2088(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18 d (new)
18d. Calls for a new dialogue with society about the future of the agrifood industry so as to produce a realistic picture of what farming involves and improve knowledge of what it means to be a farmer and how food is produced.
2018/01/26
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 6 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. Notes that the CAP primarily provides around 500 million European citizens with high-quality, affordable food every day; in addition, points out that this costs every EU citizen on average 32 cents a day as a contribution to ensuring safe, healthy food and a varied agricultural landscape; stresses that the CAP, as the only fully integrated EU-level policy, contributes the highest European added value and that a nationally-financed agricultural policy would be considerably more expensive;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 14 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2
2. Points out that the report of the High Level Group on Own Resources (HLGOR) put forward new proposals, including reforming the VAT own resource and the EU emissions trading system, a CO2 levy, transport taxation, electricity taxation and revenues deriving from the digital single market; emphasises that the introduction of new ORs could lead to greater policy coherence between the revenue and expenditure sides of the budget and stresses that, in spite of these proposals, the Member States’ contributions must remain a key own resource;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 17 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Stresses that the EU needs a stable form of own resources and notes that punitive duties, for example, cannot therefore be foreseen as income and are not, for the same reason, suitable as predictable sources of income;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 32 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4
4. Points out that these new types of ORs are essential to finance more recent Union prioritienew Union tasks such as migration, internal security and defence and to offset the expected loss in revenue of EUR 9 to 12 billion a year which could result from Brexit; notes also that new ORs are needed to avoid the potential spending cuts to the common agricultural policy (CAP) presented in the Commission’s ‘Reflection Paper on the Future of EU Finances’;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 60 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6 a (new)
6a. Stresses that an indirect boost to income is also possible through simplification of, and reducing red tape in, the common agricultural policy;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 61 #

2017/2053(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6 b (new)
6b. Calls for the funding which was allocated via the financial discipline mechanism in the agricultural sector but was not used to be made available in its entirety in the coming budgetary year as direct payments;
2017/11/29
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 40 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Recital 5
(5) Prevention is of key importance for protection against disasters and requires further action. To that effect, Member States should share risk assessments on a regular basis as well as summaries of their disaster risk management planning in order to ensure an integrated approach to disaster management, linking risk prevention, preparedness and response actions. In addition, the Commission should be able to require Member States to provide specific prevention and preparedness plans in relation to specific disasters, notably with a view to maximising overall Union support to disaster risk management. Administrative burden should be reduced and prevention policies strengthened, including by ensuring necessary links to other key Union policies and instruments, notably the European Structural and Investment Funds as listed in recital 2 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/201313. _________________ 13 Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 ( OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 44 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Recital 5
(5) Prevention is of key importance for protection against disasters and requires further action. To that effect, Member States should share risk assessments on a regular basis as well as summaries of their disaster risk management planning in order to ensure an integrated approach to disaster management, linking risk prevention, preparedness and response actions. In addition, the Commission should be able to require Member States to provide specific prevention and preparedness plans in relation to specific disasters, notably with a view to maximising overall Union support to disaster risk management. Administrative burden should be reduced andIt is essential to reduce the administrative burden and to strengthen prevention policies strengthened, including by ensuring necessaryreinforcing links towith other key Union policies and instruments, notably the European Structural and Investment Funds as listed in recital 2 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/201313. _________________ 13 Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 laying down common provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and laying down general provisions on the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 ( OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 320).
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 59 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Recital 6 a (new)
(6a) The role of regional and local authorities in disaster prevention and management is of great importance and their response capacities need to be appropriately involved in the activities carried out under this Decision, in accordance with Member States' institutional and legal framework. These authorities can play an important preventive role and they are also the first to react in the aftermath of a disaster.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 71 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Recital 9
(9) In order to strengthenTraining, research and innovation are essential aspects of cooperation in the civil protection field. The efficiency and effectiveness of training and exercises and enhance, the promotion of innovations and the dialogue and co-operation between Member States' national civil protection authorities and services it is necessary to establish a Union Civil Protection Knowledge Network that isshould be strengthened on the basedis onf existing structures.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 105 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) take action to improve the knowledge base on disaster risks and facilitate the dialogue, sharing of knowledge and cooperation, the results of scientific research and innovation, best practices and information, including among Member States that share common risks.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 116 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – point a
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 6 – point a
(a) develop risk assessments at national or appropriate sub-national level and make them available to the Commission by 22 December 2018 and every three years thereafter and, in this context, existing national information systems should be used;
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 125 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – point b
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 6 – subparagraph 2
A summary of the relevant elements of the risk management planning shall be provided to the Commission, including information on the selected prevention and preparedness measures, by 31 January 2019 and every three years thereafter. In addition, the Commission may require Member States to provide specific prevention and preparedness plans, which shall cover both short- and long-term efforts. The Union shall duly consider the progress made by the Member States with respect to disaster prevention and preparedness as part of any future ex-ante conditionality mechanism under the European Structural and Investment Funds.'
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 131 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – point c
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 6 – subparagraph 3
(e) The Commission may also establish specific consultation mechanisms to enhance appropriate prevention and preparedness planning and coordination among Member States prone to similar type disasters. In addition, the Member States concerned should also be given the opportunity to initiate such a consultation.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 140 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 6 – point b
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 11 – paragraph 2
2. On the basis of identified risks, the Commission shallrisks and needs identified on the ground, the Commission shall, in cooperation with the competent authorities of Member States, define the types and the number of key response capacities required for the European Civil Protection Pool ("capacity goals"). The Commission shall monitor progress towards the capacity goals and remaining gaps and shall encourage Member States to address such gaps. The Commission may support Member States in accordance with Article 20, point (i) of Article 21(1) and Article 21(2).
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 149 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 6 – point c
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 11 – paragraph 7
7. Response capacities that Member States make available for the European Civil Protection Pool shall be available for response operations under the Union Mechanism following a request for assistance through the ERCC, unless Member States are faced with an exceptional situation substantially affecting the discharge of national taskson a decision of the sending Member State.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 152 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 6 – point c
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 11 – paragraph 8
In the event of deployment of such response they shall remain under the command and control of the Member States making them available and may be withdrawn when Member States are faced with an exceptional situation substantially affecting the discharge of national tasks preventing themprevented from keeping those response capacities available. In such cases, the Commission shall be consultinformed.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 162 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7 Decision No 1313/2013/EU
2. The composition of rescEU shall consist of the following capacities:(2) RescEU should be able to respond quickly to the following natural or man- made disasters, inter alia: (a) forest fires (b) flooding (c) earthquakes and sea waves caused by earthquakes (d) volcanic eruptions (e) health disasters such as epidemics (f) terrorist attacks
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 166 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 2 – point a
(a) aerial forest firefighting;deleted
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 171 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 2 – point b
(b) high capacity pumping;deleted
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 172 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 2 – point c
(c) urban search and rescue;deleted
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 176 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) field hospital and emergency medical teams.deleted
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 204 #

2017/0309(COD)

Proposal for a decision
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7
Decision No 1313/2013/EU
Article 12 – paragraph 7
7. rescEU capacities shall be available for response operations under the Union Mechanism following a request for assistance through the ERCC. The decision on their deployment shall be taken by the Commission, whichof rescEU capacities, which, whilst in use, shall retmain under the command and control of rescEU capacitiesthe officials responsible in the recipient Member State, shall be taken by the Commission.
2018/04/12
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 97 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 13
(13) Reduction levels for the Union- wide fleets of new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles should therefore be set for 2025 and for 2030, taking into account the vehicle fleet renewal time and the need for the road transport sector to contribute to the 2030 climate and energy targets. This stepwise approach also provides a clear and early signal for the automotive industry not to delay the market introduction of energy efficient technologies and zero- and low-emission vehicles.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 135 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 19
(19) In order to maintain the diversity of the market for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles and its ability to cater for different consumer needs, CO2 targets should be defined according to the utility of the vehicles on a linear basis. Maintaining mass as the utility parameter is considered coherent with the existing regime. In order to better reflect the mass of vehicles used on the road, the parameter should be changed from mass in running order to the vehicle's test mass as specified in Regulation (EU) 2017/1151 of 1 June 2017 with effect from 202530.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 137 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 19 a (new)
(19a) In well-to-wheel terms, the use of synthetic and advanced alternative fuels produced with renewable energy offer considerableCO2-reduction, both in the new and in the existing fleet. The voluntary use of synthetic and advanced alternative fuels should be accounted for in the specific emission target of manufactures as long as a robust methodology for a well-to-wheel assessment is not available.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 143 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 20
(20) It should be avoided that the EU fleet-wide targets are altered due to changes in the average mass of the fleet. Changes in the average mass should therefore be reflected without delay in the specific emission target calculations, and the adjustments of the average mass value that is used to this end should therefore take place every two years with effect from 202530.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 150 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 21
(21) In order to distribute the emission reduction effort in a competitively neutral and fair way that reflects the diversity of the market for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, and in view of the change in 2021 to WLTP-based specific emission targets, it is appropriate to determine the slope of the limit value curve on the basis of the specific emissions of all newly registered vehicles in that year, and to take into account the change in the EU fleet-wide targets between 2021, 2025 and 2030 with a view to ensuring an equal reduction effort of all manufacturers. With regard to light commercial vehicles, the same approach as that for car manufacturers should apply to manufacturers of lighter, car derived, vans, while for manufacturers of vehicles falling within the heavier segments, a higher and fixed slope should be set for the whole target period.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 167 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 28
(28) The procedure for granting derogations from the 95 g CO2/km fleet target to niche car manufacturers ensures that the reduction effort required by niche manufacturers is consistent with that of large volume manufacturers with regard to that target., However, experience shows that niche manufacturers have the same potential as large manufacturers to meet the CO2 targets and with regard to the targets set from 202530 onwards it is not considered appropriate to distinguish between those two categories of manufacturers.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 190 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 42
(42) In 2024 it is foreseen to review the progress achieved under the [Effort Sharing Regulation and Emissions Trading System Directive]. It is therefore appropriate to assess the effectiveness of this Regulation in that same year to allow a coordinated and coherent assessment of the measures implemented under all these instruments. Having in mind the uncertainty on the market uptake of alternatively powered vehicles and relevant infrastructure deployment, and ensure the predictability for the industry, the ambition level has to be modified upwards or downwards in a transparent way.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 191 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 42
(42) In 2024 it is foreseen to review the progress achieved under the [Effort Sharing Regulation and Emissions Trading System Directive]. It is therefore appropriate to assess the effectiveness of this Regulation in that same year to allow a coordinated and coherent assessment of the measures implemented under all these instruments. Real world Well-to-Wheel and Life-Cycle emissions of individual vehicle types should be monitored, made transparent and be taken into account in the review set out in Article 14.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 193 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 42 a (new)
(42a) The Commission should by 2025, review the effectiveness of the measures introduced by this Regulation, based on the best and latest available scientific evidence, in limiting the trade-offs of a tailpipe only metric with regard to shifting impacts to embedded greenhouse gas emissions and addressing ways to further minimise that impact.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 203 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 3
3. This Regulation will until 31 December 2024 be complemented by additional measures corresponding to a reduction of 10 g CO2/km as part of the Union 's integrated approach referred to in the 2007 Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament27 . __________________ 27 Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament of 7 February 2007 Results of the review of the Community Strategy to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars and light-commercial vehicles (COM(2007) 19 final).deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 209 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 4
4. From 1 January 2025 the following EU fleet-wide targets shall apply: (a) new passenger car fleet, an EU fleet-wide target equal to a 15% reduction of the average of the specific emissions targets in 2021 determined in accordance with point 6.1.1 of Part A of Annex I; (b) new light commercial vehicles fleet, an EU fleet-wide target equal to a 15% reduction of the average of the specific emissions targets in 2021 determined in accordance with point 6.1.1 of Part B of Annex I;deleted for the average emissions of the for the average emissions of the
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 249 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 5 – point a
(a) for the average emissions of the new passenger car fleet, an EU fleet-wide target equal to a 3025% reduction of the average of the specific emissions targets in 2021 determined in accordance with point 6.1.2 of Part A of Annex I;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 265 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 5 – point b
(b) for the average emissions of the new light commercial vehicles fleet, an EU fleet- wide target equal to a 3025% reduction of the average of the specific emissions targets in 2021 determined in accordance with point 6.1.2 of Part B of Annex I.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 280 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 3
3. This Regulation shall not apply to special purpose vehicles as defined in point 5 of Part A to Annex II to Directive 2007/46/EC and to multi-stage vehicles as defined in Article 7 Directive 2007/46/EC where the base vehicle manufacturer is not the final manufacturer (according to Certificate of Conformity).
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 289 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point m
(m) 'zero- and low-emission vehicle' means a passenger car or a light commercial vehicle with tailpipe emissions from zero up to 50 g CO2/km, and a light commercial vehicle from zero up to 70 g CO2/km as determined in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2017/1151.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 298 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point b
(b) for each calendar year from 2021 until 20249, the specific emissions target determined in accordance with points 3 and 4 of Parts A or B of Annex I as appropriate or, where a manufacturer is granted a derogation under Article 10 , in accordance with that derogation and point 5 of Parts A or B of Annex I;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 304 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point c
(c) for each calendar year, starting from 202530, the specific emissions targets determined in accordance with point 6.3 of Parts A or B of Annex I.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 321 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 a (new)
Article 5a Voluntary accounting scheme for alternative fuels CO2 reductions from synthetic and advanced alternative fuels produced with renewable energy shall be accounted for the specific emission target of manufactures based on a voluntary and certified crediting scheme.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 323 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) the category of vehicles registered as M1 orand N1, for which the pool shall apply.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 328 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6 – paragraph 8 a (new)
8a. For the purposes of determining each manufacturer’s average specific M1 and N1 emissions of CO2, a potential over-achievement of a manufacturer’s CO2 M1 or N1target shall be taken into account for the same or other manufacturer(s) and in the same calendar if requested by the manufacturer(s). In this case, the difference between the M1 or N1 manufacturer’s specific emission target and its average specific emissions shall be deducted from its average specific emissions of CO2 for M1 or N1 specific target, weighted with the registration volumes. The total contribution of those transfers of credits between M1 or N1manufacturers may be up to 10g CO2/km per manufacturer.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 358 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – paragraph 1 – point e
(e) the average mass in running order for all new passenger cars and new light commercial vehicles registered in the Union in the preceding calendar year until 31 December 20209;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 361 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – paragraph 3 – point a
(a) the 2025 and 2030 EU fleet-wide targets referred to in Article 1(4) and (5) calculated by the Commission in accordance with points 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 of Parts A and B of Annex I;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 366 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – paragraph 3 – point b
(b) the values for a2021, a2025 and a2030 calculated by the Commission in accordance with point 6.2 of Parts A and B of Annex I.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 376 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 3
The total contribution of those technologies to reducing the average specific emissions of a manufacturer may be up to 710 g CO2/km.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 380 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 4
The Commission mayshall adjust the cap with effect from 20251 onwards to reflect the change from NEDC to WLTP test cycle and further adapt this Regulation to recognize verifiable and certifiable life- cycle CO2 emissions reductions from synthetic and advanced alternative fuels by means of a specific crediting. Those adjustments shall be performed by means of delegated acts in accordance with Article 16.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 382 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 4
The Commission mayshall adjust the cap with effect from 20251 onwards to reflect the switch to WLTP. Those adjustments shall be performed by means of delegated acts in accordance with Article 16.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 385 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) the innovative technologies must not be covered by mandatory provisions due to complementary additional measures complying with the 10 g CO2/km reduction referred to in Article 1 or be mandatory under other provisions of Union law. With effect from 1 January 2025, tThis criterion shall not apply with regard to efficiency improvements for air conditioning systems.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 424 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 14 – paragraph 1
1. The Commission shall in 2024 submit a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the effectiveness of this Regulation, where appropriate, accompanied by a proposal for amending the Regulation. This report will consider, inter alia, the real world representativeness of the CO2 emission and energy consumption values determined in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2017/1151, including upstream and embedded emissions data, the deployment on the Union market of zero- and low- emission vehicles and the roll-out of recharging and refuelling infrastructure reported under Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council29 . __________________ 29 Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2014 on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure (OJ L 307, 28.10.2014, p. 1)
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 447 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 4 – introductory part
4. For the calendar years 2021 to 20249, the specific emissions target for a manufacturer shall be calculated as follows:
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 452 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 4 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 4
M0 is 1379.88 in 2021, and as defined in Article 13(1)(a) for the period 2022, 2023 and to 20249;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 455 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – introductory part
6. From 1 January 202530, the EU fleet- wide targets and the specific emissions targets of CO2 for a manufacturer shall be calculated as follows:
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 458 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.1 – introductory part
6.1. EU fleet-wide targets for 2025 and 2030
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 464 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.1 – point 6.1.1
6.1.1. EU fleet-wide target for 2025 to 2029 EU fleet-wide target2025 = EU fleet-wide target2021 · (1 - reduction factor2025) Where, EU fleet-wide target2021 is the average, weighted on the number of newly registered cars of each individual manufacturer, of the specific emissions targets determined for each individual manufacturer in 2021 in accordance with point 4 Reduction factor2025 is the reduction specified in Article 1(4)(a)deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 470 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.2 – introductory part
6.2. Specific emissions reference targets from 202530 onwards
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 474 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.2 – point 6.2.1
6.2.1. 2025 to 2029 The specific emissions reference target = EU fleet-wide target2025 + a2025 · (TM- TM0) Where, EU fleet-wide target2025 is as determined in accordance with point 6.1.1 a2025 is null where, a2021 is the slope of the best fitting straight line established by applying the linear least squares fitting method to the test mass (explanatory variable) and the specific CO2 emissions (dependent variable) of each individual vehicle in the 2021 EU fleet average emissions2021 is the average of the specific emissions of CO2 of all newly registered vehicles in 2021 of those manufacturers for which a specific emissions target is calculated in accordance with point 4 TM is the average test mass in kilograms of all newly registered vehicles of the manufacturer in the relevant calendar year TM0 is the value determined in accordance with Article 13(1)(d)deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 503 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.3 – paragraph 1
The specific emissions target from 202530 onwards
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 521 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.3 – paragraph 3 – subparagraph 2
ZLEV factor is (1+y-x), unless this sum is larger than 1.105 or lower than 1.0 in which case the ZLEV factor shall be set to 1.05 or 1.0 as the case may be
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 529 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.3 – paragraph 4 – subparagraph 2 a (new)
with ZLEV specific = 1 for cars that a) run entirely on synthetic fuel or synthetic gas from renewable electricity and b) meet phase II of the real-driving emissions requirements
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 530 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.3 – paragraph 4 – subparagraph 2 b (new)
with ZLEV specific = 1 only for cars, for which it is demonstrated to the Commission during the monitoring of this regulation that the manufacturer ensures that such vehicles consume only renewable energy.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 534 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part A – point 6 – point 6.3 – paragraph 4 – subparagraph 3
x is 125% in the years 2025 to 2029 and 30% infrom 2030 onwards.
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 542 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 4 – introductory part
4. For the calendar years 2021 to 20249, the specific emissions target for a manufacturer shall be calculated as follows:
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 546 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 4 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 4
M0 is 1 766.4 in 2020 and, for the period 2021, 2022 and 2023, the value adopted pursuant to Article 13(5) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, and for 2024the period 2024 to 2029 the value adopted pursuant to Article 13(1)(b) of this Regulation;
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 548 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – introductory part
6. From 1 January 202530, the EU fleet- wide targets and the specific emissions target of CO2 for a manufacturer shall be calculated as follows:
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 553 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.1 – introductory part
6.1. The EU fleet-wide targets for 2025 and 2030
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 558 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.1 – point 6.1.1
6.1.1. EU fleet-wide target for 2025 to 2029 EU fleet-wide target2025 = EU fleet-wide target2021 · (1 - reduction factor2025) Where, EU fleet-wide target2021 is the average, weighted on the number of newly registered light commercial vehicles of each individual manufacturer, of the specific emissions targets determined for each individual manufacturer in 2021 in accordance with point 4 Reduction factor2025 is the reduction specified in Article 1(4)(b)deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 571 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.2 – introductory part
6.2. The specific emissions reference target from 202530 onwards
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 576 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.2 – point 6.2.1
6.2.1. 2025 to 2029 The specific emissions reference target = EU fleet-wide target2025 + α · (TM-TM0) Where, EU fleet-wide target2025 is as determined in accordance with point 6.1.1 α is a2025 where the average test mass of a manufacturer's newly registered vehicles is equal to or lower than TM0 determined in accordance with Article 13(1)(d) and a2021 where the average test mass of a manufacturer's newly registered vehicles is higher than TM0 determined in accordance with Article 13(1)(d), where, a2025 is null a2021 is the slope of the best fitting straight line established by applying the linear least squares fitting method to the test mass (explanatory variable) and the specific CO2 emissions (dependent variable) of each newly registered vehicle in the 2021 EU fleet average emissions2021 is the average of the specific emissions of CO2 of all newly registered vehicles in 2021 of those manufacturers for which a specific emissions target is calculated in accordance with point 4 TM is the average test mass in kilograms of all newly registered vehicles of the manufacturer in the relevant calendar year TM0 is the value determined in accordance with Article 13(1)(d)deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 600 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.3 – introductory part
6.3. Specific emissions targets from 202530 onwards
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 602 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.3 – point 6.3.1
6.3.1. From 2025 to 2029 The specific emissions target = (specific emissions reference target – (øtargets – EU fleet-wide target2025)) · ZLEV factor Where, Specific emissions reference target is the specific emissions reference target for the manufacturer determined in accordance with point 6.2.1 øtargets is the average, weighted on the number of newly registered light commercial vehicles of each individual manufacturer, of all the specific emissions reference targets determined in accordance with point 6.2.1 ZLEV factor is (1+y-x), unless this sum is larger than 1.05 or lower than 1.0 in which case the ZLEV factor shall be set to 1.05 or 1.0 as the case may be Where, y is the share of zero- and low-emission vehicles in the manufacturer's fleet of newly registered light commercial vehicles calculated as the total number of zero- and low-emission vehicles, where each of them is counted as ZLEVspecific in accordance with the formula below, divided by the total number of light commercial vehicles registered in the relevant calendar year null x is 15%deleted
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 650 #

2017/0293(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – part B – point 6 – point 6.3 – point 6.3.2 – paragraph 4 – subparagraph 3
x is 3025%
2018/05/28
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 73 #

2017/0291(COD)

(10) There is widespread support from key stake amended Directive shoulders for a definition of clean vehicles taking account of reduction requireme contribute to a reduction of emissions of air pollutants forand greenhouse gases and air pollutant emissions from light- and heavy- duty vehicles. To ensure that there are adequate incentives to supporting market- uptake of low- and zero- emission vehicles in the Union, provisions for their public procurement under this amendment should be aligned with provisions of Union legislation on CO2 emission performance of cars and vans for the post-2020 period26 . Action carried out under t. Furthermore, the amended Directive shares the aim of, inter alia, promotion of clean road transport with Directive 2014/94/EU. Consequently, the definition of a clean vehicle should be aligned with provisions of Directive 2014/94/EU. That alignment will create long term predictability and stability in Union law and protect investments already made into alternative fuels infrastructure. The amended Directive will also contribute to compliancethe further deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure, as well as to compliance of vehicles with the requirements of these latest standards on emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases. A more ambitious approach for public procurement can provide an important additional market stimulus. _________________ 26 COM(2017) 676 final
2018/06/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 86 #

2017/0291(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 10 a (new)
(10a) The market for heavy duty vehicles is several years behind the market for light-duty vehicles, and therefore more flexibility is needed for the definition of a clean heavy-duty vehicle. Such a definition should be technology-neutral and include alternatives to fully-electric vehicles, such as vehicles powered by natural gas and biofuels and hybrid vehicles.
2018/06/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 159 #

2017/0291(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2
This Directive shall apply to new contracts concluded from 1 January 2025 for the purchase, lease, rent or hire-purchase or retrofitting of road transport vehicles used in public services by:
2018/06/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 195 #

2017/0291(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3
Directive 2009/33/EC
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – point c
(c) a vehicle of category M3, N2 or N3 as defined in Table 3 in the Annex that is powered by alternative fuels as defined in point (1) of the first paragraph of Article 2 of Directive 2014/94/EU, including hybrid vehicles in which electricity is used only for part of the operational use of the vehicle.
2018/06/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 304 #

2017/0291(COD)

Proposal for a directive
ANNEX 1
Directive 2009/33/EC
Annex – table 3
[….]deleted
2018/05/29
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 331 #

2017/0291(COD)

Proposal for a directive
ANNEX 1
Directive 2009/33/EC
Annex – table 5
Table 5: Minimum target for the share of heavy-duty vehicles in accordance with table 3 in the total public procurement of heavy-duty vehicles at Member State level* Member State Trucks Buses From 2025 From 2030 From 2025 2030 From 2030 Luxembourg 10% 15% 50% 75% Sweden 10% 15% 50% 75% Denmark 10% 15% 50% 75% Finland 9% 15% 46% 69% Germany 10% 15% 50% 75% France 10% 15% 48% 71% United Kingdom 10% 15% 50% 75% Netherlands 10% 15% 50% 75% Austria 10% 15% 50% 75% Belgium 10% 15% 50% 75% Italy 10% 15% 50% 75% Ireland 10% 15% 50% 75% Spain 10% 14% 50% 75% Cyprus 10% 13% 50% 75% Malta 10% 15% 50% 75% Portugal 8% 12% 40% 61% Greece 8% 10% 38% 57% Slovenia 7% 9% 33% 50% Czech Republic 9% 11% 46% 70% Estonia 7% 9% 36% 53% Slovakia 8% 9% 39% 58% Lithuania 9% 8% 47% 70% Poland 7% 9% 37% 56% Croatia 6% 7% 32% 48% Hungary 8% 9% 42% 63% Latvia 8% 9% 40% 60% Romania 6% 7% 29% 43% Bulgaria 8% 7% 39% 58% * Vehicles with zero-emissions at tailpipe or vehicles using natural gas provided they are fully operated on bio-methane, which should be demonstrated by a contract to procure bio-methane or other means of accessing bio-methane, shall be counted as 1 vehicle contributing to the mandate. This counting is abandoned in case of those Member States where the minimum procurement mandate exceeds 50% of the overall volume of public procurement, with a cut- off at the 50% mark. All other vehicles that meet the requirements of Table 2 in this annex shall be counted as 0.5 vehicle contributing.
2018/05/29
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 9 #

2017/0004(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 1
(1) Directive 2004/37/EC aims to protect workers against risks to their health and safety from exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at the workplace and lays down minimum requirements to that effect including limit values, on the basis of the available scientific and technical data. Limit values should be laid down in accordance with a uniform approach to assessment of the health risks arising from exposure to carcinogens and mutagens.
2017/06/27
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 10 #

2017/0004(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 1
(1) Directive 2004/37/EC aims to protect workers against risks to their health and safety from exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at the workplace and lays down minimum requirements to that effect including limit values, on the basis of the available scientific and technical data. In accordance with the principles of better law-making, a uniform appraisal approach on the basis of a risk assessment should be adopted at EU level.
2017/06/27
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 53 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1
1. Calls on the Commission to come forward with a 202530 target for cars (in the range of 68-78 gr CO2/km) and vans (in the range of 105-120 gr CO2/km) to be calculated based on the new Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP)and vans to be calculated as a percentage reduction from 2021 values. The proposal should also include 2025 mid-term review that takes into consideration the market uptake and deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 61 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1
1. Calls on the Commission to come forward with a 202530 target for cars (in the range of 68-78 gr CO2/km) and vans (in the range of 105-120 gr CO2/km) to be calculated based on the nNew Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP)European Driving Cycle (NEDC). The targets for cars and vans have to be linked to the market penetration of alternative powered vehicles;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 67 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1a. Stresses that a percentage rate of reduction should be conditional on a gain in market share for alternative propulsion systems. This means that, the greater the number of vehicles approved with zero emissions or very low emissions, the more ambitious the percentage fleet target can be, and vice versa. The principle of technology neutrality should be respected.
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 74 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2
2. Welcomes the introduction of the new WLTP; underlines the need, however, to develop a more transparent and realistic on-road test procedure to reflect real fuel consumption and CO2 emissions complemented by fuel consumption meters on vehiclesconsider other variables different from fuel consumption (e.g. traffic conditions, road infrastructure, climate conditions, status of vehicles) when judging on vehicle performance;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 81 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 3
3. Calls on the Commission to adopt antake ambitious mandate for coordinated actions supporting the market uptake of electricalternatively powered vehicles and callputs for a long-term European initiative on next generation batteries in this regardward guiding recommendations to Members States to implement fiscal incentives for zero and low-emission vehicles, whilst also calling on member states to fully transpose and implement the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure directive (COM 2014/94);
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 106 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4
4. Calls for a transparent pan-EU labelling system, which would provide consumers with comparable data on the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of cars placed on the market;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 109 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4 a (new)
4a. Calls on the Commission to undertake the ongoing transition from the old test cycle NEDC to the new WLTP in accordance with the principle of ‘comparable effort’. A car fleet which in 2021 meets the 95 g target under the NEDC in accordance with the law must also comply with the law after conversion to the WLTP;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 112 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4 a (new)
4a. Calls on the Commission to recognise the increasing importance of embedded emissions by incorporating incentives for life cycle emissions accounting;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 116 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4 b (new)
4b. Calls on the Commission, in CO2 regulation after 2020, in so far as possible to take account of all technological approaches to reduce CO2 emissions on the roads. Regulation should particularly take account of the possibilities afforded by the latest alternative fuels (electrofuels; synthetic fuels; power to gas, power to liquid);
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 122 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5
5. Urges the Commission to come up with a proposal on the certification, monitoring and reporting of heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) by the end of 2017 and ambitious 2025 CO2 targets by the beginning of 2018end of 2018 based on a solid basis;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 124 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5
5. Urges the Commission to come up with a proposal on the certification, monitoring and reporting of heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) by the end of 2017 and ambitious 202530 CO2 targets by the beginning of 2018;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 134 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6
6. Calls for the introduction of low- emissions and zero-emission city buses through mandatorya European harmonized green public procurement targetsscheme;
2017/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 156 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 8
8. Regretalizes, in this regard, the adoption of high conformity factors for NOx emissions is a temporary need but recognises that a NOx conformity factor of 1.0 and a measurement instrument error margin on 0.5 is already in EU law for a second RDE Step applicable from January 2020 and urges the Commission to start to review the conformity factors in 2017error margin of the measurement instruments in 2017; This review is subject to the condition that all PEMS equipment used for testing will be certified to guarantee the achievable error margin in NOx emission testing and that all authorities, technical services and third parties performing RDE tests are accredited as having the appropriate qualifications to run RDE tests according to the legislation and any further Guidance the Commission may issue;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 196 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 12 a (new)
12a. Urges Member States to speed up the implementation of the Single European Sky, as current fragmentations are causing longer flight times, delays, extra-fuel burn and greater CO2 emissions;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 198 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 12 a (new)
12a. Stresses that specific incentives for the deployment of sustainable alternative fuels should be given to transport modes where so far no alternative to liquid fuel exists (e.g. aviation, lorries and coaches); these incentives should be reflected in the recast of the Renewable Energy Directive as well as be included in Integrated National Energy and Climate Plans, as foreseen in the proposed Regulation on Governance of the Energy Union;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 220 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 14
14. Calls for more stringent limits than those proposed in the recast of the Renewable Energy Directive in order to phase down first generation biofuels by 2030 and achieveaintaining the 7% cap on 1st generation biofuels, agreed in Directive (EU) 2015/1513, to provide market stability, investor certainty and to create the conditions for an ambitious and successful long-term decarbonisation of the transport sector;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 227 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 14
14. Calls for a more stringent limits than thoseambitious approach in the transport sector than proposed in the recast of the Renewable Energy Directive in order to phase down first generation biofuels by 2030 and achieve long- term decarbonisation of the transport sector;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 236 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 15
15. Invites the Commission to favour biofuels with high GHG-efficiency, while taking into account and low risk of indirect land use change and ensuring that existing investments are protected;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 242 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 16
16. Encourages greater market penetration of those advanccrop based biofuels with hicgh comply with the principle of cascading use andGHG savings and low risk of indirect land use change as well as advanced biofuels which comply with the waste hierarchy and which respect strong environmental and social sustainability criteria in order to avoid the same issues that occurred with first-generation biofuelfurther reduce fossil fuel use and GHG emissions;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 244 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 16
16. Encourages greater market penetration of those sustainable crop- based biofuels as well as advanced biofuels which comply with the principle of cascading use and waste hierarchy and which respect strong environmental and social sustainability criteria in order to avoid the same issues that occurred with first-generation biofuelscontribute to the reduction of GHG emissions in the transport sector;
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 250 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 17
17. Stresses that crop-based biofuels should not count towards Member States’ climate targets under the Effort Sharing Regulation;deleted
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 264 #

2016/2327(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 18
18. Underlines the role that natural gas, in particular (e.g. CNG, LNG), bio-methane and, synthetic methane and GPL, could play in the transition towards the decarbonisation of the transport sector, especially with regard to shipping, aviation and HDVs.
2017/06/08
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 405 #

2016/0282(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 269 – paragraph 1 a (new)
Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point f
In Article 4 (1), this point is replaced by the following: “ “(f) “arable land” means land cultivated for crop production or areas available for crop production but lying fallow, including areas set aside in accordance with Articles 22, 23 and 24 of Regulation (EC) No 1257/1999, with Article 39 of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 and with Article 28 of Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013, irrespective of whether or not that land is under greenhouses or under fixed or mobile cover; it may include, where Member States so decide, all areas lying fallow and covered by grasses or other herbaceous forage that were agricultural areas but not permanent grassland at the time of being left to lie fallow for the first time;”“ Or. en (http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32013R1307&from=EN)
2017/03/28
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 407 #

2016/0282(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 269 – paragraph 1 b (new)
Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point h
In Article 4(1), this point is replaced by the following: “ “(h) “permanent grassland and permanent pasture” (together referred to as “permanent grassland”) means land used to grow grasses or other herbaceous forage naturally (self-seeded) or through cultivation (sown) and that has not been included in the crop rotation of the holding for five years or more; it may include other species such as shrubs and/or trees which can be grazed provided that the grasses and other herbaceous forage remain predominant as well as, where Member States so decide, land which can be grazed and which forms part of established local practices where grasses and other herbaceous forage are traditionally not predominant in grazing areas;” , where Member States so decide, other sources of non-forage animal feed provided that the grasses and other herbaceous forage remain predominant as well as, where Member States so decide: (i) land which can be grazed and which forms part of established local practices where grasses and other herbaceous forage are traditionally not predominant in grazing areas, and/or (ii) land which can be grazed where grasses and other herbaceous forage are not predominant, or absent, in grazing areas; For the purpose of this definition Member States may decide that the following practices are crop rotations: (i) the seeding of grasses or other herbaceous forage on an area after removal of a prior cover of grass or other herbaceous forage if the new cover is established by species or a mix of species other than the prior cover, or (ii) the seeding of grasses or other herbaceous forage on an area directly or after removal of a prior cover of grass or other herbaceous forage;”“ Or. en (http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal- content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32013R1307&from=EN)
2017/03/28
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 115 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 2
2. Notwithstanding paragraph 1, Articles 4, 5, 6 and 8 apply to the stock areas for Groups 1 to 4and 2 stocks as defined in Article 2.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 116 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Where on the basis of scientific advice, or on the basis of a request from the concerned Member States, the Commission considers that the list mentioned in Article 2 needs to be adjusted, the Commission may submit a proposal for the revision of this list.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 122 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 2 b (new)
2b. This Regulation also applies to by- catches caught when fishing for the stocks identified in Article 2.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 128 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – introductory part
(2)2. “Group 1”: means demersal stocks for which targets as FMSY ranges and safeguards linked to biomass are established in this plan, as identified in Annexes I and II, as follows:
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 133 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – introductory part
(3)3. “Group 2” means Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) functional units (FU) for which targets as FMSY ranges and safeguards linked to abundance are established in this plan, as identified in Annexes I and II, consisting of:
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 138 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 4
(4) “Group 3” means demersal stocks subject to catch limits other than those listed in Group 1 in the North Sea.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 141 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 5
(5) “Group 4” means Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) functional units and statistical rectangles outside the functional units in ICES zone IIa and Subarea IV subject to catch limits other than those listed in Group 2.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 143 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 6
(6) “Group 5” means demersal stocks not subject to catch limits in the North Sea.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 150 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 7
(7) “Group 6” means prohibited species in respect of which fishing is prohibited and which are identified as such in a Union legal act adopted in the area of the common fisheries policy in the North Sea.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 152 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 8
(8) “Group 7” means demersal stocks for which targets as FMSY ranges and safeguards linked to biomass are established in Union legislation other than this Regulation.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 179 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 4 a (new)
4a. Measures under this plan shall be taken on best available scientific advice.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 201 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 4 a (new)
4a. Where scientific recommendations indicate that the level of fishing capable of producing MSY will be reached no later than 2020 for the stock in question, fishing opportunities may be determined for that stock in accordance with paragraph 4.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 202 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 4 b (new)
4b. Where, on the basis of scientific recommendations or at the request of the regional body (the Scheveningen Group) or the regional advisory council (the NSAC), the Commission considers that the fishing mortality ranges set out in Annex I no longer correctly express the objectives of the plan, the Commission may as a matter of urgency submit a proposal for their revision.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 204 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 4 c (new)
4c. Fishing opportunities shall in any event be fixed in such a way as to ensure that there is less than a 5% probability of the spawning stock biomass falling below the limit spawning stock biomass reference point (Blim) set out in particular in Annex II, column B.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 207 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – title
Targets for Groups 3 and 4Management of by-catch stocks
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 210 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 1
1. Fishing opportunities for the stocks of Groups 3 and 4 shall be consistent with scientific advice related to maximum sustainable yield.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 219 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2
2. In the absence of scientific advice on fishing mortality rate consistent with maximum sustainable yield, fishing opportunities shall be consistent with scientific advice to ensure the sustainability of the stocks in line with the precautionary approachManagement measures, including, where appropriate, fishing opportunities for the stocks referred to in Article 1 (2) (b), shall be determined taking into account the best available scientific advice and in line with the objectives laid down in Article 3.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 224 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Where appropriate, in a mixed fishery, in line with Article 9(5) of Regulation 1380/2013, such management measures may take into account the fact that it is not possible to fish all stocks at maximum sustainable yield at the same time. In such cases the precautionary approach may be applied including through the use of the measures outlined in Article 9.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 227 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 6
Stocks of Group 5 shall be managed based on the precautionary approach in line with scientific advice.Article 6 deleted Targets for Group 5
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 240 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 1
1. When scientific advice indicates that for a given year the spawning biomass of any of the stocks in Group 1 is below the MSY Btrigger or that the abundance of any of the functional units in Group 2 is below the Abundancebuffer set out in Annex II, column A, all appropriate remedial measures shall be adopted to ensure rapid return of the stock or functional unit concerned to levels above those capable of producing maximum sustainable yield. In particular, by way of derogation from Article 4(2) fishing opportunities shall be set at levels consistent with a fishing mortality, taking into account the decrease in biomass or abundance, that is reduced below the range laid down in Annex I, column AB.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 245 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2
2. When scientific advice indicates that the spawning stock biomass of any of the stocks concerned is below the Blim or the abundance of any of the Norway lobster functional units is below Abundancelimit as set out in Annex II, column B to this Regulation, further remedial measures shall be taken to ensure rapid return of the stock or functional unit concerned to levels above the level capable of producing maximum sustainable yield. In particular, those remedial measures shallmay include, by way of derogation from paragraphs 2 and 4 of Article 4, suspending the targeted fishery for the stock concerned and the adequate reduction of fishing opportunities.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 248 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 a (new)
2a. Where, on the basis of scientific recommendations or at the request of the regional body (the Scheveningen Group) or the regional advisory council (the NSAC), the Commission considers that the conservation reference points set out in Annex II no longer correctly express the objectives of the plan, the Commission may as a matter of urgency submit a proposal for their revision.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 250 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 b (new)
2b. The choice of measures referred to in this Article shall be made in accordance with the nature, seriousness, duration and repetition of the situation where the spawning stock biomass is below the levels referred to in Annex II.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 253 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – title
Specific conservation measures for Groups 3 to 7
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 255 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 9 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
When scientific advice indicates that remedial action is required for the conservation of any of the demersal stocks of Groups 3 to 7, or when the spawning biomass of any of the stocks in Group 1 or abundance of any of the functional units in Group 2 for a given year is below the conservation reference points set out in Annex II, column A to this Regulationas referred to in Groups 1 and 2, the Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 18 of this Regulation and Article 18 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013 regarding:.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 262 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 1
1. Member States shall ensure that the composition by species of the quotas available to fishing vessels operating in mixed fisheries are appropriate to the composition of the catch that the vessels are likely to take.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 269 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 10 – paragraph 2
2. Without prejudice to Article 8, the TAC for the stock of Norway lobster in ICES zones IIa and IV shallmay be the sum of the catch limits of the functional units and of the statistical rectangles outside the functional units.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 272 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – title
Provisions linked to the landing obligation for Groups 1 to 7
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 275 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
For demersal stocks of Groups 1-7, tThe Commission is empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 18 of this Regulation and Article 18 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013 concerning the demersal fish species referred to in Article 2; these delegated acts may supplement this Regulation by means of provisions concerning:
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 286 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 13 – paragraph 1
The control measures provided for in this Chapter shall apply in addition to those provided for in Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 for demersal stocks of Groups 1-7, save where otherwise provided for in this Chapter.
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 291 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 14 – paragraph 2
2. In addition to the prior notification obligation laid down in Article 17(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009, masters of Union fishing vessels of overall length of eight to twelve metres shall notify the competent authorities of the coastal Member State at least one hour before the estimated time of arrival at port of the information listed in points (a) to (f) of Article 17(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 when retaining on board at least any of the following quantities of fish: (a)Group 1: 1000 kg; and/or (b)Group 2 and 4: 500 kg; and/or (c)Group 3: 1000 kg; and/or (d)Group 7: 1000 kg.deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 297 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 15
Logbook requirements for Groups 1 to 7 By way of derogation from Article 14(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009, masters of Union fishing vessels of an overall length of eight metres or more engaged in fishing for demersal stocks shall keep a logbook of their operations in accordance with Article 14 of that Regulation.Article 15 deleted
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 303 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 16
Designated ports for Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and The threshold applicable to the live weight of species subject to the multi-annual plan, above which a fishing vessel is required to land its catches in a designated port or a place close to the shore as set out in Article 43 of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 shall be: (a)Group 1: 2 tonnes; (b)Group 2 and 4: 1 tonne; (c)Group 3: 2 tonnes; (d)Group 7: 2 tonnes.Article 16 deleted 7
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 317 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – group 1 – row 4
Saithe 0.20 – 0.32 –1 – 0.36 – 0.32 0.43 0.36 0.49
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 318 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – group 1 – row 6
Kattegat 0.19 – 0.223 – sole 0.223 0.26
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 320 #

2016/0238(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex II – group 1 – subtitle
Stock Minimu Limit m biomass m biomass spawning reference spawning reference stock point (in stock point (in biomass tonnes) biomass tonnes) reference (Blim) reference (Blim) point (in point (in tonnes) tonnes) (MSY (MSY Btrigger) Btrigger) Column Column B A
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 321 #

2016/0238(COD)

Saithe 20150 000 106 000
2017/04/19
Committee: PECH
Amendment 168 #

2016/0023(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2
The first subparagraph shall not apply to the export of the mercury compounds listed in Annex I for laboratory-scale research, for mercury in pre-dosed capsules for the in-situ generation of dental amalgam, for vaccines and substances for allergy testing and for mercury or mercury compounds intended for the manufacture of homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products or their active pharmaceutical ingredients.
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 22 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2 a. Stresses that the financial transparency system should be improved with the aim to indicate how commitments are allocated between multiple beneficiaries listed under each commitment position. Takes the view that the system should also include organisational typology in order to analyse data per organisational type (e.g. NGO) and it should also use a consistent way to enter beneficiary names and a unique identifier number;
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 25 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 b (new)
2 b. Takes the view that the LIFE database should be linked to the financial transparency system.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 27 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 c (new)
2 c. Takes the view that it could be made clearer to the public how money is passed through by NGO networks to partner organisations. Stresses that the transparency of redistribution among project partners could be made clearer.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 28 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 d (new)
2 d. Calls on the Commission to ensure that it is possible to identify at least the top 50 NGO recipients of EC funding, using publicly available databases.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 29 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 e (new)
2 e. Stresses that OLAF should analyse investigations by type of organisation to increase transparency.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 48 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4 a (new)
4 a. Calls on the Commission to set up a clear definition on NGOs. Stresses that the definition of LIFE, that clusters NGOs into 16 types, could be used as a role model.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 52 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5
5. Takes the view that a single portal giving access to rationalised and simplified subsidy application procedures should be set up for all EU subsidies intended for NGOs; stresses the importance of an approach based on interoperability between the directorates-general; stresses that a simplified application procedure could also reduce error rates.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 66 #

2015/2345(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 7 a (new)
7 a. Takes the view that EU-financing should be made visible by the NGO, if they or their projects are (partly) funded by the EU. Suggests to use a standard, highly recognisable "EC-Funded" logo on every web page and/or publication of direct and indirect grant beneficiaries.
2016/12/09
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 7 #

2015/2277(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1
1. Recognises that over-reliance on imported food should be replaced by establishing resilient domestic food production, given that climates and markets are increasingly volatile, and that emphasis has shifted from merely increasing the production of agricultural commodities to enabling countries to feed themselves;
2016/02/05
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 59 #

2015/2277(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5 a (new)
5a. Stresses that the NAFSN must lead to the establishment of a regionally adapted agricultural structure in the primary and processing stages;
2016/02/05
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 109 #

2015/2277(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6 – indent 6
- design policies which empower women in agriculture,nhance the social role of rural women;
2016/02/05
Committee: AGRI
Amendment 26 #

2015/2232(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 3
3. Stresses that the Energy Efficiency Directive triggered many positive developments in the Member States, but that poor implementation in the Member States is hindering its full potential;
2016/03/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 39 #

2015/2232(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4
4. Points out that the chief weakness of the existing Directive is that most of the measures will expire in 2020 unless the Directive is appropriately amendedit is competing with other European and national legislation (such as ETS certificates, exit from coal and payment schemes for renewable energy), which means that its main provisions on flexibility, in particular in Article 7, should be extended not only up to 2030, but also beyonmaintained;
2016/03/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 58 #

2015/2232(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 5
5. Regrets the very unambitiousStresses that the target of at least 27 % for improving energy efficiency in 2030 adopted by the European Council in 2014, which is mainly justified by an extremely unrealistic highthe discount rate in a previous impact assessment; recalls that the discount rate of 17.5 % is higher than the discount rate for energy investment in Iraq (15 %)1; __________________ 1 Friends of the Earth Europe (2015): Battle of the Discount Rates https://www.foeeurope.org/sites/default/files/energ y_savings/2015/battle-discount-rates.pdf, is well founded;
2016/03/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 67 #

2015/2232(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 6
6. Stresses that a high discount rate would reflects the unrealistic assumption that cost-efficient investments in energy efficiency will not happen because of a number of obstacles resulting from competing European and national legislation and strict reporting requirements, whereas it is the duty of political actors to overcome obstacles to such investments;
2016/03/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 92 #

2015/2232(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 8
8. Proposes that the title of Article 7 be changed to ‘energy saving support schemes’ because there is no obligation to save energy for consumers and SMEs, but an obligation for Member States and/or utilities to give incentives.deleted
2016/03/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 20 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Recital B a (new)
Ba. whereas the agricultural and forestry sectors contribute to preserving biodiversity in the context of the application of existing legislation;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 40 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 1
1. WelcomNotes the mid-term review of the biodiversity strategy, the ‘State of Nature’ and ‘SOER 2015’ reports; stresses the strategic importance of these reports for achieving the EU’s biodiversity targets;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 55 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2
2. Notes that the general trend with regard to biodiversity continues to be cause for serious concern, and that the 2020 targets will not be achieved without substantial additionalcontinuous efforts; observes, at the same time, that targeted efforts genuinely produce results and that there is therefore great potential for improvement;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 75 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 4
4. Deplores the fact that nature and economic development are agmain in opposition; is convinced of the need to embed nature more in society, the economy and enterprise; stresses, without trivialising the role played by economic actors in the development of society, the contribution made by the agricultural and forestry sectors to preserving biodiversity;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 105 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 6
6. Urgently calls on the Commission and Member States to give priority to achieving the 2020 targets; calls for a multi- stakeholder approach and stresses the vital role of socio-economic actors at national, regional and local actorlevels in this regard; stresses that greater public awareness of and support forunderstanding of biodiversity are also essential;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 123 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 8
8. Calls on the Commission to improve the guidelines, which should facilitate the optimal applicimplementation of the directives, in accordance with existing case-law and while taking account of the state of conservation of species and habitats and their development; calls on the Commission to give higher priority to dialogue with Member States and relevant socio-economic actors and to encourage exchanges of best practices;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 148 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 10
10. Urges the Commission and Member States to continue to enforce the Nature Directives conscientiously; calfeels, in that context, for additional efforts to halt illegal hunting of protected birdsthat it is necessary to provide more flexibility, at national, regional and local levels, in the application of these directives in order to take better account of the conservation status of species and habitats and their development;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 192 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 13
13. Notes and regrets that there has not yet been a measurable improvement of the biodiversity status in agricultureRecalls that the agricultural and forestry sectors have an important role to play in improving the biodiversity status; recalls the recent implementation of the greening measures of the common agricultural policy (CAP); urges the Commission and Member States to monitor, assess and increase and assess the effectiveness of greeningenvironmental measures and other rural development measures of the CAP; calls on the Commission to take into account its findings in the mid-term review of the biodiversity measures of the common agricultural policy (CAP);
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 251 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 15
15. Urges the Commission to draw up an accurate list of invasive alien species which are of concern to the Union; stresses the importance of regularly updating this list, and of carrying out additional risk assessments for species, so that the legislation on invasive alien species can act as a powerful lever; recalls, in this respect, the importance of funding innovation and research with a view to attaining the objectives of the nature directives;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 266 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16
16. Calls on the Commission and Member States to phase outbe vigilant as regards the granting of environmentally harmful subsidies; urges the Commission and Member States to fully endorse and facilitate the transition to a circular economy; calls on the Commission to submit an ambitious action plan for combating illegal trafficking in wild animals and plants;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 281 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17
17. Stresses that the Nature Directives are milestones for nature policy, not only within the EU but also internationally; considers that, thanks to their concise, coherent and consistent form, these Nature Directives can, so to speak, be regarded as smart regulation avant la lettreappreciates the importance of taking account of national, regional and local characteristics for effective implementation of that legislation;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 300 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19
19. Is convinced that the problem lies not with the legislation itself but primarily with its incomplete and inadequate implementation that fails to take account of particular local and regional constraints; opposes a possible revision of the Nature Directives because this would jeopardise the implementation of the biodiversity strategy, bring about a protracted period of legal uncertainty and possibly weaken the legislation;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 318 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 20
20. Regards biodiversity loss outside protected nature areas as a gap in the strategy; encourages the Commission to develop an appropriate framework for preventing the net lossMember States to pool the work they carry out ofn biodiversity and ecosystem services and to promote national biodiversity strategies;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 331 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 21
21. Encourages the Member States to ensure, by means of urban planning initiatives, adequate protection of the Natura 2000 network, to preserve open spaces, in particular by opting for a pastoralist approach rather than abandoning the land, which increases natural risks (avalanches, mudslides, ground movements), and to establish a coherent network of blue-green infrastructure from rural to urban areas, while at the same time creating the requisite legal certainty for economic activities; calls on the Commission to produce an overview of best practices in this regard;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 342 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 23
23. Stresses the importance of research and developmentinnovation, and calls on the Commission and Member States to focus in particular on the links between biodiversity and health;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 351 #

2015/2137(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 24
24. Calls on the Commission and Member States to launch a European initiative on pollinators on the basis of national policies already conducted;
2015/11/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 21 #

2015/2113(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 b (new)
1b. Stresses that any new initiative should be transparent, avoid unnecessary administrative burden and fully respect Member States’ freedom to determine their energy mix;
2015/06/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 62 #

2015/2113(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 4 b (new)
4b. Calls on the Commission to examine further the issue of indirect carbon costs and their impact on (and share in) electricity prices in the Member States; believes this is crucial in order to better guarantee a European level playing field;
2015/06/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 179 #

2015/2113(INI)

Draft opinion
Paragraph 11 b (new)
11b. Reaffirms the importance of the upgrading of existing low-carbon technologies, the development and market uptake of CCSU projects (carbon capture and storage/use) and storage of renewable energy;
2015/06/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 89 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 4 a (new)
(4a) Waste prevention is the most efficient way to improve resource efficiency, to reduce the environmental impact of waste and to promote recycling materials of high quality. For those reasons, Member States should adopt measures that take account of the impact of packaging throughout its life-cycle;
2016/07/06
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 112 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 8 a (new)
(8a) The rules on the further raising of recycling targets from 2030 onwards should be reviewed in the light of the experience gained in applying this Directive.
2016/07/06
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 225 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point b
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 1 – point g – point vi
(vi) 7580% of paper and cardboard;
2016/07/06
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 272 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point d
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6
(d) paragraphs 5, 8, and 9 are 9 is deleted;
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 274 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point d a (new)
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 5
(5) Not later than 31 December 2007, the European Parliament and the Council shall, acting by qualified majority and on a proposal fromda) Paragraph 5 is replaced by the following: 5. Not later than 31 December 2028, the Commission, shall fix targets for the third five-year phase 20309 until 201435, based on the practical experience gained in the Member States in pursuit of the targets laid down in paragraph 1 and the findings of scientific research and evaluation techniques such as life-cycle assessments and cost-benefit analysis.
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 278 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point d b (new)
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 8 – introductory part
(8db) The introductory part in paragraph 8 is replaced by the following: 8. The Commission shall, as soon as possible and no later than 30 June 2005, present a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the progress of the implementation of this Directive and its impact on the environment, as well as on the functioning of the internal market. The report shall take into account individual circumstances in each Member State. It shall cover the following:
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 279 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point d b (new)
(db) In paragraph 8, point g is replaced by the following: (g) efforts to reduce further and, if appropriate, ultimately phase out heavy metals and other hazardous substances in packaging by 2010.
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 280 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3 – point d d (new)
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 11 a (new)
(dd) The following paragraph 11a is added: '11a. Member States shall take appropriate measures to encourage the design of packaging in order to reduce its environmental impact and the generation of waste in the course of the production and subsequent use, provided that such measures avoid distortions of the internal market and do not hinder compliance with this Directive by other Member States. Those measures shall include measures to encourage the development, production and marketing of packaging that is suitable for multiple use, that is technically durable and that is, after having become waste, suitable for re-use and recycling in order to facilitate proper implementation of the waste hierarchy. The measures shall take into account the full life cycle impacts of packaging.'
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 292 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4
Directive 94/62/EC
Article 6a – paragraph 1 – point c
(c) Member States may include products and components prepared for re- use by recognised preparation for re-use operators or deposit-refund schemes. For the calculation of the adjusted rate of packaging waste prepared for re-use and recycled taking into account the weight of the products and components prepared for re-use, Member States shall use verified data from the operators and apply the formula set out in Annex IV.deleted
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 346 #

2015/0276(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 6
(6) Article 11(3) is replaced by the following: '3. empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 21a to determine the conditions under which the concentration levels referred to in paragraph 1 are not to apply to recycled materials and to product loops which are in a closed and controlled chain, as well as to determine the types of packaging which are exempted from the requirement laid down in the third indent of paragraph 1.';deleted The Commission shall be
2016/08/02
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 215 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 7 a (new)
(7a) Member States should introduce measures to encourage the development, production and marketing of products that are suitable for multiple use, that are technically durable and easily repairable and that are, after having become waste and been prepared for re-use or recycled, suitable to be placed on the market in order to facilitate proper implementation of the waste hierarchy. The measures should take into account the impact of products throughout their life cycle and the waste hierarchy.
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 252 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 10 a (new)
(10a) The promotion of sustainability in production and consumption can contribute significantly to waste prevention. Member States should take steps to make consumers aware of this and encourage them to participate more actively in order to improve resource efficiency.
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 325 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 20
(20) Compliance with the obligation to set up separate collection systems for paper, metal, plastic and glass is essential in order to increase preparing for re-use and recycling rates in Member States. In addition bio-waste should be collected separately to contribute to an increase in preparing for re-use and recycling rates and the prevention of contamination of dry recyclable materials, in so far as this is technically, environmentally and scientifically viable.
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 385 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point a
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 1 a – point b
(b) mixed waste and separately collected waste from other sources that is comparablesimilar to household waste in nature, and composition, and quantity.that is listed in Chapters 15 01 and 20 of the annex to Directive 2000/532/EC on the ‘European waste list’1a. __________________ 1a2000/532/EC: Commission Decision of 3 May 2000 replacing Decision 94/3/EC establishing a list of wastes pursuant to Article 1(a) of Council Directive 75/442/EEC on waste and Council Decision 94/904/EC establishing a list of hazardous waste pursuant to Article 1(4) of Council Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste (notified under document number C(2000) 1147) OJ L 226, 6.9.2000, p. 3–24
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 419 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point a a (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 1 b (new)
(aa) The following point is inserted: 1b. “commercial and industrial waste” means mixed waste and separately collected waste from commercial and industrial activities and/or premises.
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 426 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point c
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 4
4. “bio-waste” means biodegradable garden and park, park and landscape management waste, food and kitchen waste from households, restaurants, caterers and retail premises, and comparable waste from food processing plants and other waste with similar biodegradability properties that is comparable in nature, composition and quantity;
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 435 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point c a (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point - 4 a (new)
(ca) The following point - 4a is inserted: “- 4a. bio-waste from other sources that is comparable in type, nature or material properties to the waste referred to in point 4.”
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 451 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point e
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 16
16. “preparing for re-use” means checking, cleaning or repairing recovery operations, by which waste, products or components of products that have been collected bycome waste a recognised preparation for prepared so that they can be re- use operator or deposit-refund scheme are prepared so that they can be re-usd for the same purpose for which they were originally intended without any other pre-processing;
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 461 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point e c (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 17
(ec) Point 17 is replaced by the following: ‘17. “recycling” means any recovery operation by which waste materials areis reprocessed into products, materials or substances whether for the original or other purposes. It includes the reprocessing of organic material but does not include energy recovery and the reprocessing into materials that are to be used as fuels or for backfilling operations;
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 468 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point f
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 17a
17a. “final recycling process” means the recycling process which begins when no further mechanical sorting operation is needed and waste materials enter a production process and are effectively reprocessed into products, materials or substances;
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 478 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point f
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 3 – point 17b
(f) the following points 17a and 17b are is inserted:
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 479 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point f
17b. "backfilling" means any recovery operation where suitable waste is used for reclamation purposes in excavated areas or for engineering purposes in landscaping or construction instead of other non-waste materials which would otherwise have been used for that purpose;deleted
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 500 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 2 – point f b (new)
(fb) The following point 22 is inserted: 22. 'littering' means throwing away or leaving small amounts of urban waste where they lie, without using the available facilities for their disposal.
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 520 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 3
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 4 – paragraph 3
(3) In Article 4, the following paragraph 3 is added: 3. Member States shall make use of adequate economic instruments to provide incentives for the application of the waste hierarchy. Member States shall report to the Commission the specific instruments put in place in accordance with this paragraph by [insert date eighteen months after the entry into force of this Directive] and every five years following that date.deleted
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 544 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4 – point a
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 5 – paragraph 1 – introductory part
(a) in paragraph 1, the introductory phrase is replaced by the following: ‘ 1. substance or object resulting from a production process the primary aim of which is not the production of that substance or object is considered not to be waste, but to be a by-product if the following conditions are met: ’deleted Member States shall ensure that a
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 566 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 4
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 5 – paragraph 3
c) the following paragraph 3 is added: ‘ 3. Member States shall notify the Commission of technical regulations adopted under paragraph 1 in accordance with Directive 2015/1535/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 September 2015 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical regulations and of rules on Information Society services (*) where so required by that Directive. (*) OJ L 241, 17.9.2015, p.1. ’deleted
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 583 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 2
2. non-essential elements of this Directive by supplementing it relating to the adoption of the criteria set out in paragraph 1 and specifying the type of waste to which such criteria shall apply shall be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny referred to in Article 39(2). End-of-waste specific criteria should be considered, among others, at least for aggregates, paper, glass, metal, tyres and textiles.(aa) paragraph 2 is deleted ; The measures designed to amend
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 585 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 2
(b) paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 are replaced by the following:
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 586 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 6 – paragraph 2
2. The Commission shall be empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 38a in order to establish detailed criteria on the application of the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 to certain waste. Those detailed criteria shall include limit values for pollutants where necessary and shall take into account any possible adverse environmental effects of the substance or object.
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 607 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 6 – point a
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 7 – paragraph 1 – first sentence
(a) in pParagraph 1, the first sentence is replaced by the following: '1. empowered to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 38a to establish the list of waste.'.1 is deleted. The Commission shall be
2016/08/16
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 612 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7 – point - a (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 8 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1
(-a) In paragraph 1, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following: "(1) In order to strengthen the re-use and the prevention, recycling and other recovery of waste, Member States may take legislative or non-legislative measures to ensure that any natural or legal person who professionally develops, manufactures, processes, treats, sells or imports products (producer of the product) has extended producer responsibility."
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 617 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7 – point a
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 8 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 3
Such measures may also include the establishment of extended producer responsibility schemes defining specific operational and financial obligations for producers of products.deleted
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 632 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7 – point a a (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 1
(aa) In paragraph 2, the first subparagraph is replaced by the following: "(2) Member States may take appropriate measures to encourage the design of products and components of products in order to reduce their environmental impacts and the generation of waste in the course of the production and subsequent use of products, and in order to ensure that the recovery and disposal of products that have become waste take place in accordance with Articles 4 and 13.
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 633 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 7 – point b
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 2
(b) the second sentence of paragraph 2 is replaced by the following: 'Such measures may encourage, inter alia, the development, production and marketing of products that are suitable for multiple use, that are technically durable and that are, after having become waste, suitable for preparation for re-use and recycling in order to facilitate proper implementation of the waste hierarchy. The measures should take into account the impact of products throughout their life cycle.';deleted
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 662 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 8
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 8a
(8a) The following Article 8a is inserted: […]deleted
2016/07/18
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 877 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 9
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 9 – paragraph 1– indent 4
- reduce waste generation in processes related to industrial production, extraction of minerals and construction and demolition, taking into account best available techniques, unless they are already subject to the requirements laid down in Directive 2010/75/EU on industrial emissions;
2016/07/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1020 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 10 – point c a (new)
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 11 – paragraph 2 – point b a (new)
(ca) in paragraph 2, the following point ba is inserted: ‘(ba) "backfilling" means any recovery operation where suitable waste is used for reclamation purposes in excavated areas or for engineering purposes in landscaping or construction instead of other non-waste materials which would otherwise have been used for that purpose;’;
2016/07/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1150 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 11
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 11a – paragraph 5
5. For the purposes of calculating whether the targets laid down in Article 11(2)(c) and (d) and Article 11(3) have been achieved Member States may take into account the recycling of metals and the mineral fraction that takes place in conjunction with incineration in proportion to the share of the municipal waste incinerated provided that the recycled metals and mineral fraction meet certain quality requirements.
2016/07/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 1157 #

2015/0275(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 11
Directive 2008/98/EC
Article 11a – paragraph 6
6. In order to ensure harmonised conditions for the application of paragraph 5, the Commission shall adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 38a establishing a common methodology for the calculation of the weight of metals and of the mineral fraction of incinerator bottom ash that have been recycled in conjunction with incineration, including, the quality criteria for the recycled metals and for the mineral fraction.
2016/07/19
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 88 #

2015/0274(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – point 1 a (new)
Directive 1999/31/EC
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – indent -1 (new)
(1a) in Article 3 paragraph 2, a new indent is inserted before the first indent: - exclusions pursuant to Article 2 of Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and the Council;
2016/07/06
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 14 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 4
(4) It is appropriate to replace Directive 2010/30/EU by a Regulation which maintains the same scope, but modifies and enhances some of its provisions in order to clarify and update their content. A Regulation is the appropriate legal instrument as it imposes clear and detailed rules which do not give room for divergent transposition by Member States and ensures thus a higher degree of harmonisation across the Union. A harmonised regulatory framework at Union rather than at Member State level brings down costs for manufacturers and ensures a level playing field. Harmonisation across the Union ensures the free movement of goods across the Single Market. As the energy consumption of means of transport for persons or goods is directly or indirectly regulated by other Union legislation and policies, it is appropriate to continue to exempt them from the scope of this Regulation. This exemption includes means of transport whose motor stays in the same location during operation, such as elevators, escalators and conveyor belts.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 16 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 4 a (new)
(4a) It is appropriate to exempt second hand products from this Regulation, which includes all those products that have been put into service before being made available on the market for a second or additional time.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 25 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 10
(10) Advances in digital technology allow for alternative ways of delivering and displaying labels electronically, such as on the internet, but also on electronic displays in shops. In order to take advantage of such advances, this Regulation should allow the use of electronic labels as replacement of or complementary to the physical energy label. In cases where it is not feasible to display the energy label, such as certain forms of distance selling and in advertisements and technical promotional material, potential customers should be provided at least with the energy class of the product. Technical promotional material does not include advertisements in billboards, magazines and newspapers, radio or television broadcasting and similar online formats.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 33 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 12
(12) In the case of a rescaled label, suppliers should provide both the old and the rescaled labels to dealers during a certain period. The replacement of the existing labels on products on display, including on the Internet, with the rescaled labels should take place as quickly as possible after the date of replacement specified in the delegated act on the rescaled label. Dealers should not display the rescaled labels before the date of replacement.deleted
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 50 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 2 – point b
(b) Means of transport for persons or goods other thanincluding those operated by a stationary motor.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 53 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 2 – point b a (new)
(ba) Capital goods.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 55 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 11
(11) ‘Energy-related product’ means any good or system or service with an impact on energy consumption during use, which is placed on the market and put into service in the Union, including parts to be incorporated into energy-related products which are placed on the market and put into service;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 70 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 1 – point 20 a (new)
(20a) ‘capital good’ means any good which is not intended for consumers or not likely, under reasonably foreseeable conditions, to be used by consumers.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 71 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point a
(a) they shall ensure that products placed on the market are provided, free of charge, with accurate labels and product information sheets for each unit in accordance with this Regulation and the relevant delegated acts. For the product groups where the product consists of several parts / components, and the energy efficiency class of the product is function of such combination, suppliers shall make the accurate labels available, free of charge, to dealers at the moment of display;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 78 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 1 – point d
(d) they shall, prior to placing a product model on the market, enter into the product database established in accordance with Article 8 the information detailed in Annex I. Products already placed on the market and integrated products should not be entered into the product database.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 81 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point a
(a) they shall display in a visible manner, on the appliance or in its immediate proximity, the label provided by the supplier or otherwise made available for a product covered by a delegated act;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 84 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point b – point ii
(ii) print out the label from the product database established in accordance with Article 8 if that function is available for that product; ordeleted
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 87 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 2 – point b – point iii
(iii) print out the label or a rescaled label from the supplier’s website if that function is available for that product.deleted
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 90 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 3 – paragraph 3 – point a
(a) they shall make reference to the energy efficiency class of the product in any advertisement or technical promotional material for a specific model of products in accordance with the relevant delegated act;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 93 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 3
3. Where Member States provide any incentives for an energy-related product covered by this Regulation and specified in a delegated act, these shall aim at least at the highest occupied classes of energy efficiency laid down in the applicable delegated act.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 131 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 5 – point a
(a) suppliers shall provide both the current and the rescaledthe labels to dealers for a period of six months before the date specified in paragraph (b).;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 132 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 5 – point b
(b) dealers shall replace the existing labels on products on display includingmay continue to sell products already placed on the Internmarket with the rescaled labels within one week following the date specified for that purpose in the relevant delegated act. Dealers shall not display the rescaled labels before that dateexisting label.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 136 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 5 a (new)
5a. The revised scale should only apply for products placed newly on the market.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 137 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 7 – paragraph 5 b (new)
5b. The design of the rescaled label shall differ visibly from its predecessor. The European Commission shall ensure the development of a communication and information campaigns to be rolled out by Member States in accordance with Article 4.4.
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 144 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8
The Commission shall establish and maintain a product database including the information referred to in Annex I. The information listed under point 1 of Annex I shall be made publicly available.Article 8 deleted Product database
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 158 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 12 – paragraph 3 – subparagraph 1 – point j
(j) the specific indication of the energy class to be included in advertisements and technical promotional material, including requirements for this to be in a legible and visible form;
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 166 #

2015/0149(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I
Information to be included in the product database 1. Publicly available product information: (a) manufacturer’s or supplier’s name or trademark; (b) the model identifier(s), including of all equivalent models; (c) the label in electronic format; (d) the class(es) and other parameters on the label; (e) the product information sheet in electronic format. 2. Compliance information, only available to Member States’ market surveillance authorities and the Commission: (a) the technical documentation specified in the applicable delegated act; (b) test report or similar technical evidence enabling compliance with all requirements in the applicable delegated act to be assessed; (c) name and address of the supplier; (d) the contact details of a representative of the supplier.deleted
2016/03/01
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 88 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 2 a (new)
(2a) In line with the Agreement adopted in Paris at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change of 12 December 2015 (the 'Paris Agreement'), all sectors of the economy should contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions. To this end, efforts to limit international maritime emissions through the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) are under way and should be encouraged, with the aim of establishing a clear IMO action plan for climate policy measures to tackle CO2 emissions from shipping at a global level. Therefore, the Commission and Member States should focus on ensuring the implementation of Regulation (EU)2015/757 of the European Parliament and of the Council1a and its alignment with an international data-collection system, which is a prerequisite for any market- based measure, efficiency standard or other measure, whether applied at Union level or globally. __________________ 1a Regulation (EU) 2015/757 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2015 on the monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide emissions from maritime transport, and amending Directive 2009/16/EC (OJ L 123, 19.5.2015, p. 55).
2016/08/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 113 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 5
(5) Article 191(2) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union requires that Union policy is based on the principle that the polluter should pay and, on this basis, Directive 2003/87/EC provides for a transition to full auctioning over time. Avoiding carbon and investment leakage is a justification to postpone fullsuch a transition, and targeted free allocation of allowances to industry is justified in order to address genuine risks of increases in global greenhouse gas emissions inand diversion of investments to third countries where industry is not subject to comparable carbon constraints as long as comparable climate policy measures are not undertaken by other major economies. Additional achievements in sectors not falling under the scope of the EU ETS and not subject to a risk of carbon leakage, in particular in the building sector and sustainable transport, will decrease the amount of effort needed from the Union’s industry.
2016/08/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 152 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 10
(10) The main long-term incentive from this Directive for thecarbon capture and storage of CO2(CCS) and carbon capture and use (CCSU), new renewable energy technologies and breakthrough innovation in low-carbon technologies and processes is the carbon price signal it creates and that allowances will not need to be surrendered for CO2 emissions which are permanently stored or avoided. In addition, to supplement the resources already being used to accelerate demonstration of commercial CCS and CCU facilities and innovative renewable energy technologies, EU ETS allowances should be used to provide guaranteed rewards for deployment of CCS and CCU facilities, new renewable energy technologies and industrial innovation in low-carbon technologies and processes in the Union for CO2 stored or avoided on a sufficient scale, provided an agreement on knowledge sharing is in place. The majority of this support should be dependent on verified avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions, while some support may be given when pre-determined milestones are reached taking into account the technology deployed. The maximum percentage of project costs to be supported may vary by category of project.
2016/08/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 164 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 12
(12) The European Council confirmed that the modalities, including transparency, of the optional free allocation to modernise the energy sector in certain Member States should be improved. Investments with a value of €1EUR 20 million or more should be selected by the Member State concerned through a competitive bidding process on the basis of clear and transparent rules to ensure that free allocation is used to promote real investments modernising the energy sector in line with the Energy Union objectives. The cogeneration of heat and power (CHP) should also be eligible for the optional free allocation to modernise the energy sector or in the case of electricity consumed by industry which is produced by high-efficiency industrial CHP plants. Use of high-efficiency CHP allows industry to achieve industrial self- support in terms of energy with CHP- produced electricity. Investments with a value of less than €1EUR 20 million should also be eligible for funding from the free allocation. The Member State concerned should select such investments based on clear and transparent criteria. The results of this selection process should be subject to public consultation and the results should be made available to the public. The public should be duly kept informed at the stage of the selection of investment projects as well as of their implementation.
2016/08/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 173 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Recital 14
(14) The existing provisions which are in place for small installations to be excluded from the EU ETS allow the installations which are excluded to remain so, and it should be made possible for Member States to update their list of excluded installations and for Member States currently not making use of this option to do so at the beginning of each trading period. Member States should ensure that alternative measures for installations that have opted out do not result in higher compliance costs. For small emitters covered by the EU ETS, monitoring, reporting and verification requirements should be simplified for such installations.
2016/08/04
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 183 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point -1 d (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 3 – point u b (new)
(-1d) In Article 3, the following point is added: '(ub) “small emitter” means an installation with low emissions which meets at least one of the following criteria: – the average annual emissions of that installation reported in the verified emission reports during the trading period immediately preceding the current trading period, with the exclusion of CO2 stemming from biomass and before subtraction of transferred CO2, were less than 50 000 tonnes of CO2(e) per year; – the average annual emissions referred to in the first indent are not available to that installation or are no longer applicable to that installation because of changes in the installation's boundaries or changes to the operating conditions of the installation, but the annual emissions of that installation for the next five years, with the exclusion of CO2 stemming from biomass and before subtraction of transferred CO2, is expected to be, based on a conservative estimation method, less than 50 000 tonnes of CO2(e) per year;'
2016/07/14
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 243 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 4 – point a
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2
From 2021 onwards, the share of allowances to be auctioned by Member States shall be 5744%.
2016/07/14
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 245 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 4 – point a
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 3
2% of the total quantity of allowances to be auctioned between 2021 and 2030 shall be auctionedmade available from the auctioning volume to establish a fund to improve energy efficiency and modernise the energy systems of certain Member States as set out in Article 10d of this Directive (“the Modernisation Fund”).
2016/07/14
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 296 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 4 – point d c (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10 – paragraph 5
(dc) paragraph 5 is replaced by the following: '5. The Commission shall monitor the functioning of the European carbon market. Each year, it shall submit a report to the European Parliament and to the Council on the functioning of the carbon market including the implementation of the auctions, liquidity and the volumes traded. In its monitoring report, the Commission shall give particular attention to the risk of carbon and investment leakage. The report shall also address the interaction between the EU ETS, non-ETS and other climate and energy measures at Union and national level, and shall analyse the effects of various policy instruments on the level of demand for Union allowances and its consequences on the supply- demand balance in the carbon market. The Commission shall calculate the equivalent number of allowances for closures that are reported by Member States. If necessary, Member States shall ensure that any relevant information is submitted to the Commission at least two months before the Commission adopts the report.'
2016/07/14
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 305 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point a
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2
The Commission ishall be empowered to adopt a delegated act in accordance with Article 23 to supplement this directive. This act shall also provide for additional allocation from the amount established in accordance with paragraph 5 for complementing free allocation for the application of paragraph 7 and from the new entrants reserve for significant production increases by applying the same thresholds and allocation adjustments as apply in respect of partial cessations of operation.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 309 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point a a (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 3
(aa) In paragraph 1, subparagraph 3 is replaced by the following: 'The measures referred to in the first subparagraph shall, to the extent feasible, determine CommunityUnion-wide ex-ante benchmarks so as to ensure that allocation takes place in a manner that provides incentives for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficient techniques, by taking account of the most efficient techniques, substitutes, alternative production processes, high efficiency cogeneration, efficient energy recovery of waste gases, use of biomass and capture and storage of CO2,, CCS and CCU where such facilities are available, and shall not provide incentives to increase emissions. No free allocation shall be made in respect of any electricity production, except for cases falling within Article 10c and, for installations in remote or rural areas for the electricity produced for their own use, for non-grid connected offshore oil and gas platforms as well as electricity produced from waste gases.'
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 323 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 3 – introductory part
The benchmark values for free allocation shall be adjusted in order to avoid windfall profits and reflect technological progress in the period between 2007-8 and each later period for which free allocations are determined in accordance with Article 11(1). This adjustment shall reduce the benchmark values set by the act adopted pursuant to Article 10a by 1% of the value that was set based on 2007-8 data in respect of each year between 2008 and the middle of the relevant period of free allocation, unless:e process emission benchmark shall remain unchanged.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 341 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 3 – point i
(i) On the basis of information submitted pursuant to Article 11, the Commission shall identify whether the values for each benchmark calculated using the principles in Article 10a differ from the annual reduction referred to above by more than 0.5% of the 2007-8 value higher or lower annually. If so, that benchmark value shall be adjusted either 0%, 0.5% or 1.5% in respect of each year between 2008 and the middle of the period for which free allocation is to be made;
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 362 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point b
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 3 a (new)
The conclusions from data collection and the potential adjustment of benchmarks shall to be derived from the evolution in the average performance of the 10% most efficient installations in the Union.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 373 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point c
In order to respect the auctioning share set out in Article 10, the sum of free allocations in every year where the sum of free allocations does not reach the maximum level that respects the Member State auctioning share, the remaining allowances up to that level shall be used to prevent or limit reduction of free allocations to respect the Member State auctioning share in later years. Where, nonetheless, the maximum level is reached, free allocations shall be adjusted accordinglycomplemented to the amount needed by allowances from the amount established according to paragraph 7. Any such adjustment shall be done in a uniform manner.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 386 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point d
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 6 – subparagraph 1
Member States shouldall adopt financial measures in favour of sectors or sub- sectors which are exposed to a genuine risk of carbon leakage due to significant indirect costs that are actually incurred from greenhouse gas emission costs passed on in electricity prices, taking into account any effects on the internal market. Such financial measures to compensate part of these costs shall be in accordance with state aid rules. The compensation shall ensure that costs incurred shall be fully reimbursed.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 398 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point e – point i
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 7 – subparagraph 1
Allowances from the maximum amount referred to Article 10a(5) of this Directive which were not allocated for free up to 2020 shall be set aside for new entrants and, for significant production increases, together with 250 million and for the application of paragraph 5. In addition, the allowances placed in the market stability reserve pursuant to Article 1(3) of Decision (EU) 2015/… of the European Parliament and of the Council(*)1814 shall be set aside for this purpose.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 417 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point f
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 8 – subparagraph 1
400 million allowances shall be available to support, taken from the share of allowances to be auctioned, shall be available to support and leverage investments, using different instruments managed by the European Investment Bank, in innovation in low-carbon technologies and processes in industrial sectors listed in Annex I, and to help stimulate the construction and operation of commercial demonstration projects that aim at the environmentally safe capture and geological storage (CCS) of CO2CCS and CCU as well as demonstration projects of innovative renewable energy technologies, energy conversion and storage, as well as electric battery development in the territory of the Union.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 434 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point f
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 8 – subparagraph 2
The allowances shall be made available for innovation in low-carbon industrial technologies and processes and support for demonstration projects for the development of a wide range of CCS, CCU and innovative renewable energy technologies that are not yet commercially viable in geographically balanced locations. In order to promote innovative projects, up to 6075% of the relevant costs of projects may be supported, out of which up to 450% may not be dependent on verified avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions provided that pre-determined milestones are attained taking into account the technology deployed.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 445 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 5 – point f a (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10a – paragraph 8 – subparagraph 5
(fa) In paragraph 8, subparagraph 5 is replaced by the following: 'Allowances shall be set aside for the projects that meet the criteria referred to in the third subparagraph. Support for these projects shall be given via Member States and shall be complementary to substantial co-financing by the operator of the installation. They could also be co- financed by the Member State concerned, as well as by other instruments. No project shall receive support via the mechanism under this paragraph that exceeds 1520 % of the total number of allowances available for this purpose. These allowances shall be taken into account under paragraph 7. The cancellation of allowances in accordance with paragraph 19 shall be dispensed if the operator applies to take over the production from one or several of his production sites (production transfer into the same company), and he proves in each case up to the 31st of January of one year that the actual increase of the activity rate of that site that has taken over a part of the transferred production amounts to a total of at least 50 % of the annual- average production amount of the whole transferred production of the ceased site in the year 2020. The proof after sentence 1 is to be given for the first time in the following year after the application of the transfer. If the proof necessary after sentence 1 is not given in time, the allocation for the transferred production whose production activity was ceased will be recanted in that amount for the future.'
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 457 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 1
1. Sectors and sub-sectors where the product exceeds 0.2 from multiplying their intensity of trade with third countries, defined as the ratio between the total value of exports to third countries plus the value of imports from third countries and the total market size for the European Economic Area (annual turnover plus total imports from third countries), by their emission intensity, measured in kgCO2 divided by their gross value added (in €), shall be deemed to be at high risk of carbon leakage. Such sectors and sub- sectors shall be allocated allowances free of charge for the period up to 2030 at 100% of the quantity determined in accordance with the measures adopted pursuant to Article 10a. To ensure a level playing field for the production of hydrogen and syngas in refineries and chemical plants, hydrogen and syngas shall continue to be deemed to be at the same risk of carbon leakage as the refinery sector.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 474 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 2 – introductory sentence
2. Sectors and sub-sectors where the product from multiplying their intensity of trade with third countries by their emission intensity is above 0.18below 0,2 or their emission intensity exceeds 12 % or their trade intensity exceeds 30% may be included in the group referred to in paragraph 1, on the basis of a qualitative assessment using the following criteria:
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 478 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 2 – point a a (new)
(aa) Sectors where a large majority of installations belong to small emitters, as defined in Article 27, shall be allocated allowances free of charge for the period up to 2030 at 100% of the quantity determined in accordance with the measures adopted pursuant to Article 10a.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 482 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 2 – point c a (new)
(ca) the extent to which undertakings operate in two or more sectors which may lead to insufficient data base because data collected in relation to those undertakings are not aligned in terms of the deemed risk of carbon leakage and subsequently a distortion of competition may arise.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 489 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 2 – point c e (new)
(ce) price taker, commodities which are traded on worldwide markets for a common reference price.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 502 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10b – paragraph 4
4. By 31 December 2019, the Commission shall adopt a delegated act for the preceding paragraphs for activities at a 4-digit level (NACE-4 codeor activities which are at the relevant level of disaggregation based on public and sector specific data as appropriate (NACE-4 code or Prodcom 6 or 8 codes) as concerns paragraph 1, in accordance with Article 23, based on data for the three most recent calendar years available.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 529 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 6
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 10c – paragraph 1
1. By derogation from Article 10a(1) to (5), Member States which had in 2013 a GDP per capita in EUR at market prices below 60% of the Union average may give a transitional free allocation to installations for electricity productionelectricity and heat generators, including district heating, for the modernisation of the energy sector.
2016/08/23
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 658 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 8
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 11 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2
A list of installations covered by this Directive for the fivthree years beginning on 1 January 2021 shall be submitted by 30 September 2018, and. The lists for the subsequent fivthree years shall be submitted every five years thereafterby 30 September 2021 and the list for the four last years by 30 September 2024. Each list shall include information on production activity, transfers of heat and gases, electricity production and emissions at sub- installation level over the five calendar years preceding its submission. Free allocations shall only be given to installations where such information is provided.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 676 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 11 a (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 14 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 1
(11a) In Article 14, the first subparagraph of paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: 'By 31 December 20118, the Commission shall adopt a regulation for thejust existing rules on monitoring and reporting of emissions and, where relevant, activity data, from the activities listed in Annex I, for the monitoring and reporting of tonne-kilometre data for the purpose of an application under Articles 3e or 3f, which shall be based on the principles for monitoring and reporting set out in Annex IV and shall specify the global warming potential of each greenhouse gas in the requirements fors defined in Commission Regulation (EU) 601/2012 in order to remove regulatory barriers to investment in more recent low carbon technologies such as carbon capture and usage (CCU). Those new rules shall be effective for all CCU technologies as of 1 January 2019. That regulation shall also determine simplified monitoring and, reporting emissions for that gaand verification procedures for small emitters.
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 702 #

2015/0148(COD)

Proposal for a directive
Article 1 – point 22 b (new)
Directive 2003/87/EC
Article 27 – paragraph 1
(22b) In Article 27, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: '1. Following consultation with the operator and subject to its agreement, Member States may exclude from the Community schemeEU ETS installations which have reported to the competent authority emissions of less than 250 000 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent and, where they carry out combustion activities, have a rated thermal input below 35 MW, excluding emissions from biomass, in each of the three years preceding the notification under point (a), and which are subject to measures that will achieve an equivalent contribution to emission reductions, if the Member State concerned complies with the following conditions: (a) it notifies the Commission of each such installation, specifying the equivalent measures applying to that installation that will achieve an equivalent contribution to emission reductions that are in place and specifying how those measures would not result in higher compliance costs for such installations, before the list of installations pursuant to Article 11(1) has to be submitted and at the latest when this list is submitted to the Commission; (b) it confirms that monitoring arrangements are in place to assess whether any installation emits 250 000 tonnes or more of carbon dioxide equivalent, excluding emissions from biomass, in any one calendar year. Member States may allow simplified monitoring, reporting and verification measures for installations with average annual verified emissions between 2008 and 2010 which are below 5 000 tonnes a year, in accordance with Article 14; (c) it confirms that if any installation emits 250 000 tonnes or more of carbon dioxide equivalent, excluding emissions from biomass, in any one calendar year or the measures applying to that installation that will achieveare aimed at making an equivalent contribution to emission reductions are no longer in place, the installation will be reintroduced into the Community schemeEU ETS; (d) it publishes the information referred to in points (a), (b) and (c) for public comment. Hospitals may also be excluded if they undertake equivalent measures.'
2016/07/07
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 59 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 12
(12) Many small and medium enterprises, as well as mid-cap companies, across the Union require assistance to attract market financing, especially as regards investments that carry a greater degree of risk. This is particularly true of businesses in rural areas, where economic growth and measures to safeguard jobs are urgently needed. The EFSI should help these businesses to overcome capital shortages by allowing the EIB and the European Investment Fund ('EIF') to provide direct and indirect equity injections, as well as to provide guarantees for high-quality securitisation of loans, and other products that are granted in pursuit of the aims of the EFSI.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 63 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 13
(13) The EFSI should be established within the EIB in order to benefit from its experience and proven track record and in order for its operations to start to have a positive impact as quickly as possible. The work of the EFSI on providing finance to small and medium enterprises, particularly in rural areas, and small mid-cap companies should be channelled through the European Investment Fund ('EIF') to benefit from its experience in these activities.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 71 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 14
(14) The EFSI should target projects delivering high societal and economic value. In particular, the EFSI should target projects that promote job creation, long- term growth, sustainable growth, new technologies and innovations in health care and competitiveness. The EFSI should support a wide range of financial products, including equity, debt or guarantees, to best accommodate the needs of the individual project. This wide range of products should allow the EFSI to adapt to market needs whilst encouraging private investment in the projects. The EFSI should not be a substitute for private market finance but should instead catalyse private finance by addressing market failures so as to ensure the most effective and strategic use of public money. The requirement for consistency with State aid principles should contribute to such effective and strategic use.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 85 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 15
(15) The EFSI should target projects with a higher risk-return profile than existing EIB and Union instruments to ensure additionality over existing operations. The EFSI should finance projects across the Union, including in the countries most affected by the financial crisis, and in other disadvantaged rural areas of Europe. The EFSI should only be used where financing is not available from other sources on reasonable terms.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 116 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 28 a (new)
(28a) Over time, the contribution from the Union budget to the guarantee fund should be authorised by the European Parliament and the Council as part of the annual budget procedure. In the process, if necessary, the budgetary authority should make use of all surpluses and flexibility mechanisms under the regulation laying down the multiannual financial framework for the period 2014- 2020.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 117 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 28 b (new)
(28b) In order that available margins, unused resources, surpluses and other funding sources referred to in Article 8 of the Regulation can also be used outside heading 1a of the 2014-2020 multiannual financial framework, the budget lines accommodating the guarantee fund should be divided up among headings 1a, 1b and 2.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 118 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 28 c (new)
(28c) Financing of the guarantee fund, as regards both commitments and payments, should be reassessed at the end of 2016 as part of the mid-term review of the multiannual financial framework (under Article 2 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013). Amounts taken from the budget until then, from existing programmes under heading 1a, 1b or 2, should be reinstated in full.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 119 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 28 d (new)
(28d) In the context of the mid-term review of the multiannual financial framework under Article 2 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013, the Commission should ensure that the EU guarantee is reliably funded, taking account of the possibility of making a percentage adjustment to the performance reserve under Articles 20 and 22 of general Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, in order to put unused funds to profitable use. A minor percentage adjustment to the reserve could facilitate reliable financing of the guarantee fund, attracting investors and generating added value for the European economy.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 120 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 29
(29) To partially finance the contribution from the Union budget, the available envelopes of the Horizon 2020 – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020, provided by Regulation (EU) No 1291/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council2, and the Connecting Europe Facility, provided by Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council3, should be reduced. Those programmes serve purposes that are not replicated by the EFSI. However, the reduction of both programmes to finance the guarantee fund is expected to ensure a greater investment in certain areas of their respective mandates than is possible through the existing programmes. The EFSI should be able to leverage the EU guarantee to multiply the financial effect within those areas of research, development and innovation and transport, telecommunications and energy infrastructure compared to if the resources had been spent via grants within the planned Horizon 2020 and Connecting Europe Facility programmes. It is, therefore, appropriate to redirect part of the funding presently envisaged for those programmes to the benefit of EFSI. __________________ 2 Regulation (EU) No 1291/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 establishing Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) and repealing Decision No 1982/2006/EC (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 104). 3Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 establishing the Connecting Europe Facility, amending Regulation (EU) No 913/2010 and repealing Regulations (EC) No 680/2007 and (EC) No 67/2010 (OJ L 348, 20.12.2013, p. 129).deleted
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 153 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 – paragraph 1 – subparagraph 2
The purpose of the EFSI shall be to support investments in the Union and to ensure increased access to financing for companies having up to 3000 employees, with a particular focus on small and medium-sized enterprises as defined in Recommendation 2003/361/EC, through the supply of risk bearing capacity to the EIB, with special priority being given to businesses in rural areas and in structurally weak and disadvantaged areas ('EFSI Agreement').
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 157 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 1 a (new)
Article 1a Definitions For the purposes of this Regulation only, the following definitions shall apply: (a) ‘national promotional banks or institutions’ means legal entities carrying out financial activities on a professional or commercial basis which are issued with a mandate by a Member State, whether at central, regional or local level, to carry out public development or promotional activities; (b) ‘small and medium-sized enterprises’ or ‘SMEs’ means micro, small and medium-sized enterprises as defined in Recommendation 2003/361/EC; (c) ‘mid-cap companies’ means legal entities having up to 3000 employees that are not SMEs.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 167 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 1
The EFSI Agreement shall provide for the creation of a European Investment Advisory Hub ('EIAH') within the EIB, without, however, creating additional administrative burdens or other systems. The EIAH shall have as its objective to build upon existing EIB and Commission advisory services in order to provide advisory support for investment project identification, preparation and development and act as a single technical advisory hub for project financing within the Union. This shall include support on the use of technical assistance for project structuring, use of innovative financial instruments, use of public-private partnerships and advice, as appropriate, on relevant issues of EU legislation.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 220 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 5 – paragraph 2 – subparagraph 1 – point b
(b) investment in education and training, innovative health technologies, including e-health and m-health, research and development, information and communications technology and innovation;
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 255 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point a
(a) payments from the general budget of the Union,contributions from the general budget of the Union which are provided each year as part of the budget procedure by the budgetary authority, drawing on all provisions of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2014-2020, with account being taken of the following order: i) Union budget surpluses; ii) unused margins, including global margins for payments and commitments; iii) the flexibility instrument; iv) if necessary, available or unused funds within heading 1b of the multiannual financial framework; v) if necessary, available or unused funds within heading 2 of the multiannual financial framework; vi) if necessary, available or unused funds within heading 1a of the multiannual financial framework.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 256 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point b
(b) returns on guarantee fund resources invesdeleted,
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 257 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point c
(c) amounts recovered from defaulting debtors in accordance with the recovery procedure laid down in the EFSI Agreement as provided for in Article 2(1)(f),deleted
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 258 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) any other payments received by the Union in accordance with the EFSI Agreement.deleted
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 259 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 2 – point d
(d) any other payments received by the Union in accordance with the EFSI Agreement pending the mid-term review of the multiannual financial framework.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 260 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1 – point a (new)
a) Resources under letter (a) which are taken from existing programmes shall constitute provisional payments to establish the guarantee fund. In the context of the mid-term review of the multiannual financial framework in 2016, under Article 2 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013, other funding options shall be identified. Resources temporarily made available from existing programmes shall be reinstated in full.
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 263 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 8 – paragraph 6 – subparagraph 1
By 31 December 2018, and every year thereafter, the Commission shall review the adequacy of the level of the guarantee fund taking into account any reduction of resources resulting from the activation of the guarantee and the EIB's assessment submitted in accordance with Article 10(3).deleted
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 293 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 18
Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1291/2013
Article 18
[...]deleted
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 302 #

2015/0009(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 19
Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1316/2013
Artikel 5 – paragraph 1
Amendment to Regulation (EU) No In Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013, paragraph 1 is replaced by the following: 1. The financial envelope for the implementation of the CEF for the period 2014 to 2020 is set at EUR 29 942 259 000 (*) in current prices. That amount shall be distributed as follows: a) transport sector: EUR 23 550 582 000, of which EUR 11 305 500 000 shall be transferred from the Cohesion Fund to be spent in line with this Regulation exclusively in Member States eligible for funding from the Cohesion Fund; b) telecommunications sector: 1 041 602 000 EUR; c) energy sector: 5 350 075 000 EUR. These amounts are without prejudice to the application of the flexibility mechanism provided for under Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013(*). (*) Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 1311/2013 of 2 December 2013 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2014-20 (OJ L 347, 20.12.2013, p. 884).rticle 19 deleted 1316/2013
2015/03/31
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 35 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Recital B
B. whereas Europe is more dependent on imported resources than any other region in the world and its competitiveness can be increased only by getting more added value out of resources in the economy;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 80 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 2
2. Emphasises that resource scarcity requires an absolute decoupling of growth from the use of natural resources ‒ a systemic change through reducing the rate of use of (primary) resources per unit of economic activity which requires backcasting the actions needed from a 2050 sustainability perspective;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 151 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 6
6. UrgesCalls on the Commission to develop and introduce by 2019 a harmonised methodology applied equally to all Member States that calculates a lead indicator and a number of sub-indicators on resource efficiency, including ecosystem services; these binding indicators should measure resource consumption, including imports and exports, at EU, Member State and industry level and take into account of the whole lifecycle of products and services;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 212 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 11
11. Urges the Commission to propose a review and assessment of the Ecodesign Directive by the end of 2016, incorporating the following important changes: broadening the scope to cover all main product lines; gradually including all relevant resource-efficiency features in the mandatory requirements for product design; introducing a mandatory product passport based on these requirements; implementing self- monitoring and third-party auditing to ensure that products comply with these standards; and defining horizontal requirements on, inter alia, reusability and recyclability;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 230 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 12
12. Urges the Commission to take other relevant actions to ensure that products are easy to reuse, refit, repair, recycle and eventually dismantle for new resources;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 244 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 13
13. Calls on the Commission to propose the extension of minimum guarantees for consumer durable goodstake necessary actions to encourage sustainable production and consumption; asks the Commission to propose measures to intensify use of existing products and shift expenditure to less impactful products; suggests to the Member States to strengthen national provisions concerning the minimum guarantees for consumer goods as well as raise the awareness of consumers and increase their proactive role;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 277 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 14
14. UrgesCalls on the Commission to submit the announced proposal on the review ofthe waste legislation by the end of 2015 and toand include the following points: setting extended producer responsibility requirements; endorsing the 'pay-as-you- throw- principle' prioritising separate collection schemes in order to facilitate the development of business based on the reuse of secondary raw materials; increasing recycling targets to at least 70 % of municipal solid waste, based on the output of recycling facilities,on all waste streams using the same harmonised method for all Member States with externally verified statistics; an obligation for recyclers to report on the "input" quantities of waste going into the sorting plant as well as on the "output" quantity of recyclates coming out of the sorting plants; implementation of resource and climate protection targets by limiting landfill; introducing a ban on landfilling recyclable and biodegradable waste by 2025 and a ba; the gradual reduction oin all landfilling by 2030; introducing fees on landfilling and incineration; landfill must be binding and should be implemented in coherence with the requirements for recycling and set in three stages (2020, 2025 and 2030) leading to an eventual ban on landfilling at a later stage;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 357 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 17
17. Calls on the Commission to propose the full implementation of the circular economy principles and the requirements in the building sector and to further develop the policy framework on resource efficiency in buildings; this includes developing indicators, standards and methods as regards land use and urban planning, architecture, structural engineering, construction, maintenance, adaptability, energy efficiency, renovation and reuse and recycling; targets and indicators on sustainable buildings should also include green infrastructure, such as green roofs;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 373 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 18
18. UrgeAsks the Commission to propose thatdetermine whether BAT principles and standards be applied tocould be widened to encompass all materials and parts of buildings and to develop a building passport based onallowing for the whole lifecycle of a building;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 389 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 19
19. Considers that, as 90% of the 2050 built environment already exists, special requirements should be set for the renovation sector in order to have mainly energy-positiveimprove the energy footprint of buildings by 2050;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 405 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 20
20. UrgesCalls on the Commission to propose compulsory green public procurement procedures; considers that reused, repaired, remanufactured, refurbished and other resource-efficient products and solutions are to be preferred in all public procurement, and if they are not preferred, the ‘comply or explain’ principle should applyshould be taken into consideration in public procurement;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 419 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 22
22. Urges the Commission to present a communication on sustainable food by 2016;deleted
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 431 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 23
23. Calls on the Commission to establish a permanent resource-efficiency platform which includes actors from all sectors, both public and private and civil society, to encourage and facilitate the application of the latest research findings, the exchange of best practices and the emergence of new industrial synthesis and industrial ecosystems;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 440 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 24
24. Calls on the Commission to establish a cross-sectorial, inter-DG sustainable financing working group in order to include the resource-efficiency indicators in company-level integrated reporting and accounting; further calls on the Commission to examine how to incorporate resource-efficiency and environmental risks in, inter alia, credit ratings and capital requirements of banks, to develop a comprehensive insurance system for environmental hazards and to set out information requirements for investment products;deleted
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 453 #

2014/2208(INI)

Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 25
25. Stresses that all EU funding, including funding through EFSI, Horizon 2020, cohesion funds and the EIB, must be mobilised to promote resource efficiency and urges the Commission to abolish all environmentally harmful subsidies;
2015/05/05
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 106 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point 1 – point b
(b) engines with a reference power of less than 560 kW used in place of engines of categories IWA, IWP, RLL or RLR;
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 107 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point 5 – point a
(a) engines exclusively for use in inland waterway vessels, for their propulsion or intended for their propulsion, having a reference power that is greater than or equal to 37 kW,
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 108 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point 5 – point b
(b) engines with a reference power greater than 560 kW used in place of engines of category IWA subject to complying with the requirements of Article 23(8);
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 109 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 4 – paragraph 1 – point 6 – introductory part
(6) 'Category IWA', comprising engines exclusively for use in inland waterway vessels, for auxiliary purposes or intended for auxiliary purposes, having a net power that is greater than 560 kW.
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 129 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 23 – paragraph 8
8. In case of an engine of category IWP having a reference power greater than 560 kW that is intended for use in place of an engine of category IWA in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 4, the requirements of paragraph 5 shall be met separately for each applicable steady- state test cycle set out in both Tables IV-5 and IV-6 of Annex IV, and the type- approval information document shall indicate each steady-state test cycle for which this requirement was fulfilled.
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 148 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 32 – paragraph 4 a (new)
4a. Notwithstanding Article 5(3) and Article 17(2) and for a period not longer than 25 years from the applicable dates for placing on the market of Stage V engines set out in Annex III, Member States shall permit the placing on the market of replacement engines provided these meet one of the following requirements: (a) belong to a category equivalent to NRE, NRS, RLL or RLR and comply with an emission stage that expired not earlier than 25 years before their placing on the market where the engine to be replaced had to meet the same or less stringent emission limits when it was originally placed on the union; or (b) belong to a category equivalent to NRE, NRS or NRG, where the replacement engine and the engine to be replaced belong to an engine category and power range that was not subject to type approval at Union level on...* __________________ * Date of repeal of Directive 97/68/EC
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 181 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 57 – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 1
Without prejudice to Articles 5(3) and 17(2), transition engines and, where applicable, the machinery in which those transition engines are installed may continue to be placed on the market during the transition period on condition that the machine in which the transition engine is installed has a production date prior to 1 yeareighteen months after the start of the transition period.
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 189 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 57 – paragraph 5 – subparagraph 2
For engines of the category NRE, Member States shall authorise an extension of the transition period and the 128-months period referred to in the first sub-paragraph by an additional 12 months for OEM's with a total yearly production of fewer than 5120 units of non-road mobile machinery equipped with combustion engines. For the purposes of the calculation of the total yearly production referred to in this paragraph, all OEM's under the control of the same natural or legal person shall be considered to be a single OEM.
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 203 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 57 – paragraph 7 – point a
(a) 1824 months from the date for placing on the market of engines set out in Annex III, in the case set out in the first subparagraph of paragraph 5;
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 207 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 57 – paragraph 7 – point b
(b) 306 months from the date for placing on the market of engines set out in Annex III, in the case set out in the second subparagraph of paragraph 5.
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 224 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex I – table I-5
Table I-5: Sub-categories of engine category IWP defined in Article 4 point (5) Ignition Speed Power range Sub- Reference Category Displacement type mode (kW) category power disp. < 0.9 P < 19 IWP-v-1 disp. < 0.9 19 ≤ P <37 IWP-v-2 disp. < 0.9 37 ≤ P < 75 IWP-v-3 disp. < 0.9 75 ≤ P < 130 IWP-v-4 Maximum variable net 0.9 ≤ disp. < 1.2 P ≤ 600 IWP-v-5 power 1.2 ≤ disp. ≤ 3.5 P ≤ 600 IWP-v-6 3.5 ≤ disp. ≤ 7.0 P ≤ 600 IWP-v-7 IWP all all P > 600 IWP-v-8 disp. < 0.9 P < 19 IWP-c-1 disp. < 0.9 19 ≤ P <37 IWP-c-2 disp. < 0.9 37 ≤ P < 75 IWP-c-3 disp. < 0.9 75 ≤ P < 130 IWP-c-4 Rated net Constant 0.9 ≤ disp. < 1.2 P ≤ 600 IWP-c-5 power 1.2 ≤ disp. ≤ 3.5 P ≤ 600 IWP-c-6 3.5 ≤ disp. ≤ 7.0 P ≤ 600 IWP-c-7 all P > 600 IWP-c-8
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 226 #

2014/0268(COD)

Ignition Speed Power range Sub- Reference Category Displacement type mode (kW) category power disp. < 0.9 P < 19 IWA-v-1 disp. < 0.9 19 ≤ P <37 IWA-v-2 disp. < 0.9 37 ≤ P < 75 IWA-v-3 disp. < 0.9 75 ≤ P < 130 IWA-v-4 Maximum variable net 0.9 ≤ disp. < 1.2 P ≤ 600 IWA-v-5 power 1.2 ≤ disp. ≤ 3.5 P ≤ 600 IWA-v-6 3.5 ≤ disp. ≤ 7.0 P ≤ 600 IWA-v-7 IWA all all P > 600 IWA-v-8 disp. < 0.9 P < 19 IWA-c-1 disp. < 0.9 19 ≤ P <37 IWA-c-2 disp. < 0.9 37 ≤ P < 75 IWA-c-3 disp. < 0.9 75 ≤ P < 130 IWA-c-4 Rated net Constant 0.9 ≤ disp. < 1.2 P ≤ 600 IWA-c-5 power 1.2 ≤ disp. ≤ 3.5 P ≤ 600 IWA-c-6 3.5 ≤ disp. ≤ 7.0 P ≤ 600 IWA-c-7 all P > 600 IWA-c-8
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 234 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex II – heading 1 – table II-5
Table II-5: Stage V emission limits for engine category IWP defined in Article 4 point (5) Emission Engine Power range Engine CO HC NOx PM PN A stage sub- ignition mass category type kW g/kWh g/kWh g/kWh g/kWh #/kWh IWP-v-1 Stage V 37≤P<75 all 5,00 (HC+NOx≤4,70) 0,30 - 6,00 IWP-c-1 IWP-v-2 Stage V 75≤P<130 all 5,00 (HC+NOx≤5,40) 0,14 - 6,00 IWP-c-2 IWP-v-3 Stage V 130≤P<300 all 3,50 1,00 2,10 0,11 - 6,00 IWP-c-3 IWP-v-4 Stage V 300≤P<1000 all 3,50 0,19 1,20 0,02 1x1012 6,00 IWP-c-4 IWP-v-5 Stage V P>1000 all 3,50 0,19 0,40 0,01 1x1012 6,00 IWP-c-5 Engine Net Engine Emission Displacemen PM sub- Power ignitio CO HC NOx A Stage t mass category range n type g/kW g/kW g/kW (L/cyl) kW g/kWh h h h IWP-v-1 Stage V disp. < 0.9 P < 19 all 6.6(1) (HC+NOx≤7.5) 0.4 6 IWP-c-1 IWP-v-2 19 ≤ P (HC+NOx≤4.7) Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 5.5 (2) 0.3(2) 6 IWP-c-2 <37 IWP-v-3 37 ≤ P < (HC+NOx≤4.7) Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 5.0 (2) 0.3(2) 6 IWP-c-3 75 IWP-v-4 75 ≤ P < Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.4) 0.14 6 IWP-c-4 600 IWP-v-5 0.9 ≤ disp. < Stage V P ≤ 600 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.4) 0.12 6 IWP-c-5 1.2 IWP-v-6 1.2 ≤ disp. ≤ Stage V P ≤ 600 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.6) 0.10 6 IWP-c-6 3.5 IWP-v-7 3.5 ≤ disp. ≤ Stage V P ≤ 600 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.8) 0.10 6 IWP-c-7 7.0 IWP-v-8 Stage V all P > 600 all 5.0 0.19 1.8 0.045 6 IWP-c-8 _____________ (1) 8.0 g/kWh for ≤ 8 kw (2) Optionally, these categories may be certified to a NOx +HC level of 5.8 g/kW.hr and a PM level of 0.2 g/kW.hr
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 240 #

2014/0268(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Annex II – heading 1 – table II-6
Emissio Engine Power Engine CO Net Engine Emission Displacem HC NOx PM PN A n stage PM sub- range ignition Power ignition CO HC NOx A Stage ent mass category range type kW g/kW g/kW g/kW g/kW g/kW # (L/cyl) kW g/kWh h h h h h h IWA-v-1 560≤P<1 Stage V disp. < 0.9 P < 19 all 6.6(1) (HC+NOx≤7.5) 0.4 6 IWA-c-1 IWA-v-2 19 ≤ P (HC+NOx≤4.7) Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 3,50 0,19 1,20 0,02 1x10125.5 (2) 0.3(2) 6 IWA-c-2 <37 IWA-v-3 37 ≤ P < (HC+NOx≤4.7) Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 5.0 (2) 0.3(2) 6 IWA-c-3 75 IWA-v-4 75 ≤ P < Stage V disp. < 0.9 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.4) 0.14 6 IWA-c-4 600 IWA-v-5 0.9 ≤ disp. Stage V P ≤ 6,00 IWA-c-1 000 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.4) 0.12 6 IWA-c-5 < 1.2 IWA-v-6 1.2 ≤ disp. Stage V P ≤ 600 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.6) 0.10 6 IWA-c-6 ≤ 3.5 IWA-v-27 Stage V P≥1000 all 3,50 0,19 0,40 0,01 1x1012 6,00 IWA-c-2 3.5 ≤ disp. Stage V P ≤ 600 all 5.0 (HC+NOx≤5.8) 0.10 6 IWA-c-7 ≤ 7.0 IWA-v-8 Stage V all P > 600 all 5.0 0.19 1.8 0.045 6 IWA-c-8 ______________ (1) 8.0 g/kWh for ≤ 8 kw (2) Optionally, these categories may be certified to a NOx +HC level of 5.8 g/kW.hr and a PM level of 0.2 g/kW.hr
2015/06/10
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 135 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Recital 27
(27) It is recognised that the potential effect of a product on the environment may depend on the volume used and the resulting amount of the pharmaceutical substance that may reach the environment. Therefore, where there is evidence that a constituent of a medicinal product for which a generic application for a marketing authorisation is submitted is a hazard for the environment, it is appropriate to require data on the potential effect on the environment in order to safeguard the environment. In such cases applicants should endeavour to join efforts in generating such data in order to reduce costs and to reduce testing on vertebrate animals. The current impact assessment system results in repetitive and potentially divergent assessments of substances' environmental properties. This can lead to divergent decisions being taken on products with similar effects on the environment, especially in the case of products authorised before the environmental impact assessment was carried out. The establishment of a single centralised assessment of the environmental properties of active substances for veterinary use by means of a monograph system could be a potential alternative. The Commission should therefore submit a report to Parliament and the Council examining the feasibility of monographs and potential alternative options as soon as possible.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 207 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 4 – point e a (new)
(ea) substances or preparations which are intended exclusively for external use in animals, to clean or groom them or to alter their appearance or body odour, provided that no substances or preparations subject to veterinary prescription have been added to them.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 209 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 2 – paragraph 4 – point e b (new)
(eb) feedingstuffs as defined in Regulation (EU) No 767/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 399 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 29 – paragraph 3 a (new)
3a. In contrast to paragraph 1, medicinal products for veterinary use shall be without prescription if: (a) they are registered as single homeopathic products and released for sale in pharmacies, have a dilution of not less than D4 (1:10 000) and are not produced using alcohol. (b) they are registered as complex homeopathic products, contain no individual components below a dilution of D4, are released for sale in pharmacies and are not produced using alcohol.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 479 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 51 – paragraph 8 a (new)
8a. Within 24 months of the date of entry into force of this regulation, the Commission shall submit a report to the European Parliament and the Council on the desirability and possible details of the creation of an environmental monograph system for the active substance to assess the environmental impact of veterinary medicinal products and potential alternatives, accompanied, if necessary, by a legislative proposal.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 518 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 68 – paragraph 1
1. A hHarmonised summary of product characteristicconditions of use and quality parts shall be prepared in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 69 for groups of essentially similar veterinary medicinal products, other than homeopathic veterinary medicinal products, which have the same qualitative and quantitative composition of their active substances and the same pharmaceutical form and for which national marketing authorisations have been granted in different Member States before 1 January 2004 (‘similar products').
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 534 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 69 – paragraph 3
3. Within 120 days of his appointment, the rapporteur shall present the coordination group a report regarding possible harmonisation of summaries of product characteristics for the similar veterinary medicinal products in the group and propose a harmonised summary of products characteristicproposing harmonisation of the conditions governing the use of the group of essentially similar veterinary medicinal products and of their quality parts.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 551 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 69 – paragraph 6
6. In the event of an opinion in favour of adopting a harmonised summary of the product characteristicsation of conditions of use and of the quality part, each Member State shall vary athe marketing authorisations of the products in their territory so that the elements listed in paragraph 4, where they are already included in the summaries of characteristics for a product belonging to that group, and the quality part are in conformity with the agreement within 30 days of receipt of the information regarding the agreement from the rapporteur.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 554 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 70 – paragraph 1
1. By way of derogation from Article 69, the Committee may recommend to the Commission groups of similar veterinary medicinal products for which a scientific reassessment is necessary before a harmonised summary of the product characteristics isand quality part are prepared.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 559 #

2014/0257(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 71 – paragraph 1
Upon request from the coordination group or the Agency, holders of the marketing authorisations foshall submit information concerning their products, included ing a gproup of similar products identifiedposal for a harmonisation of the quality part and summaries of the product characteristics shall submit information concerning their productsfor their medicines which belong to the group.
2015/06/17
Committee: ENVI
Amendment 22 #
2015/03/13
Committee: PECH
Amendment 773 #

2014/0100(COD)

Proposal for a regulation
Article 20
Presen