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Letters
15 Sep 2020

Joint Letter in support of the ENVI report on the MRV revision

Dear Member of the European Parliament, During the September plenary, you will vote on the revision of the Regulation on monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of shipping emissions. This could be the first-ever EU regulation that requires ships to reduce their emissions and to start paying for their carbon emissions. Climate pollution from the shipping…

Letters
7 Apr 2020

Open letter to IMO on moving work online

Dear Secretary General Kitack Lim, We, the undersigned environmental organizations, respect and fully support the decision to postpone the 75th meeting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), given the global imperative to contain and ultimately defeat the COVID-19 pandemic. We are grateful for the leadership of the World Health Organization and other United…

Letters
15 Dec 2017

Two-faced EU governments are gutting Europe’s key climate law

Statement on behalf of Climate Action Network Europe, Carbon Market Watch, European Environmental Bureau, Sandbag, Transport & Environment, and WWF European Policy Office EU governments must step back from irreparably weakening Europe’s biggest climate law, six of Europe’s leading environmental NGOs have said, after talks between member states and the European Parliament ended in deadlock…

Letters
19 Jan 2017

Letter to the European Commission on reducing emissions from maritime and aviation sectors

January 10th 2017 Dear Vice President Šefčovič, Commissions Bulc and Arias Cañete International efforts to reduce maritime and aviation emissions fall far short of what is needed to meet Europe’s 2030 and Paris commitments. It is therefore imperative that Europe reduce emissions from the maritime and aviation sectors to sufficiently contribute to the objectives of…

Letters
28 May 2010

Comments on Validation of the Reforestation as Renewable Source of Wood Supplies for Industrial Use in Brazil, Version 03a

After careful consideration of the PDD in the given time, we conclude that if approved, this project would lead to an excess issuance of Certified Emissions Reductions (CERs) of beyond any actual emissions reductions and therefore must not be validated for a number of significant concerns.

Letters
7 May 2010

Unsolicited Letter: Request on transparency about Unsolicited Letters and LoAs.

Unsolicited letter to highlight significant concerns about the lack of transparency under the current CDM procedures, in particular to the lack of disclosure of unsolicited letters and letters of approval (LoAs) by Annex I countries that purchase credits from unilateral projects. Request on 7 May 2010: download pdf file Response on 22 June 2010: download…

Letters
7 May 2010

Unsolicited Letter: Effective Means for Public Participation

Letter to the CDM EB from CDM Watch on behalf of civil society affected by CDM projects, to highlight significant concerns about effective means for public participation under the current CDM procedures.