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Find links to implementing and delegated acts for Regulation (EU) 2020/852 (Taxonomy) on the establishment of a framework to facilitate sustainable investment The taxonomy regulation empowers the Commission to adopt delegated and implementing acts to specify how competent authorities and market participants shall comply with the obligations laid down in the directive Taxonomy Regulation and delegated acts Climate change mitigation Climate change adaptation The sustainable use and protection of water and marine resources The transition to a circular economy Pollution prevention and control The protection and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystem The EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act aims to support sustainable investment by making it clearer which economic activities most contribute to meeting the EU's environmental objectives. While the College of Commissioners reached a political agreement on the text of the Delegated Act on 21 April 2021, it will be formally adopted only once it has been translated in all EU languages at the end of May Law-Making, this Delegated Regulation combines in a single act two interrelated empowerments of the Taxonomy Regulation, namely Articles 10(3) and 11(3) on the technical screening criteria for climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation respectively. The Taxonomy Regulation requires the Commission to adopt delegated acts o

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The EU Taxonomy Delegated Act is a living document, and will continue to evolve over time, in light of developments and technological progress. The criteria will be subject to regular review. This will ensure that new sectors and activities, including transitional and other enabling activities, can be added to the scope over time EC to adopt delegated act on Article 8 Taxonomy disclosures (by 1 June 2021) 2022 Q1. Taxonomy regulation starts to apply 1 Jan 2022 for climate change mitigation and adaptation. 2023 Q1. Taxonomy regulation to apply 1 Jan 2023 for remaining 4 objective The Commission shall adopt a delegated act in accordance with Article 23 to supplement paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article to specify the content and presentation of the information to be disclosed pursuant to those paragraphs, including the methodology to be used in order to comply with them, taking into account the specificities of both financial and non-financial undertakings and the technical screening criteria established pursuant to this Regulation. The Commission shall adopt that.

Please find below a few key points of the EBF response on the European Commission Delegated Act on the Taxonomy Article 8: Need for alignment between the CSRD and Article 8 Delegated Acton scope and application timelines (including any possible transition periods). The GAR should only cover assets for which the information is publicly available These delegated acts apply to corporates and financial undertakings and relate to article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation. It is still unclear whether these proposed rules would also apply to financial products; however, we assume this to be the case so as not to create conflicting regulations for financial institutions. The consultation phase runs until June 2nd. In late June or July, we will likely know whether they will be adopted as final or whether further changes will be made. On November 20, 2020 the European Commission published the long-awaited Draft Delegated Act under the Taxonomy Regulation, on climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation After months of negotiations the European Commission has adopted the Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act on 21 April 2021. Through this the Taxonomy Regulation aims to create a common language for investors to be able to identify truly sustainable investments that have a substantial positive impact on the climate and the environment

The Taxonomy Regulation requires the European Commission to adopt, by 1 June 2021, a delegated act specifying the content and presentation of the information to be disclosed under Article 8, including the methodology to be used The Delegated Regulation will be adopted by June 2021 and it is distinct from two other delegated acts under the Taxonomy Regulation that set technical screening criteria for six environmental objectives and are to be adopted by 31 December 2020 and 31 December 2021. Importantly, the Delegated Regulation will complement the ongoing revision of the NFRD and the development of regulatory. On 21 April 2021, the European Commission published the final Delegated Act (DA) under the EU taxonomy as part of the wider EU sustainable finance package. The key goal of the package is to provide tools for investors to identify sustainable investment opportunities and to direct finance towards the European Green Deal

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EUROPE: Draft EU Taxonomy Article 8 Delegated Act

  1. We are broadly supportive of the proposal by the European Commission for the Delegated Act (DA) on Art 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation (TR). To ensure credibility of taxonomy-related disclosures and prevent greenwashing, we call for an external verification / assurance and a board-level approval of all taxonomy-related disclosures, including a verification of the CapEx and OpEx plans
  2. Today, the European Commission released the so called 'Delegated Act' of its Sustainable Finance Taxonomy [1]. The EU taxonomy is a landmark regulation that will from next year define what can be labelled as a sustainable investment in the EU. However, what was supposed to be the standard against greenwashing has now become yet another greenwashing tool as the Taxonomy states that forestr
  3. The EU Taxonomy Regulation entered into force in July 2020. From then on, the European Commission has been tasked to issue a series of technical screening criteria in the form of delegated acts. These delegated acts are designed to develop taxonomy further and facilitate EU's transition to a green and sustainable economy as part of the overarching EU Green Deal objectives

Commission's draft Delegated Act on the EU Sustainable Taxonomy, for economic activities having a substantial contribution to climate mitigation and climate adaptation while doing no significant harm (DNSH) to climate and environmental objectives. Given the EU Taxonomy's applicability in EU regulation on corporations and private investment, in EU budget spending programmes, and its gradual. delegated act concerning the Taxonomy Regulation dated 20 November 2020 (see EnBW's Integrated Annual Report 2020, p. 79 ff.) The perspective of a company operating in the real economy (the report author's view) is adopted for the purposes of present-ing and interpreting the requirements relating to the implementation of the EU taxonomy. Furthermore, the document is aimed at all stakeholders. The rules, spelled out in a Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act, set out detailed green finance criteria for undisputed low-carbon technologies like renewables but leaves out gas and nuclear. Taxonomy Delegated Acts May 2020 Following the release of the Technical Expert Group (TEG) final report on the EU Sustainable Taxonomy, we, a coalition of experts, scientists, think tanks, and environmental, social justice, human rights, and health NGOs representing millions of EU and non-EU citizens, and working with millions of people in the Global South, are writing to reiterate our support. Register of delegated acts - Europ

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  1. taxonomy-draft-delegated-act.html www.eugine.eu EUGINE is the centre of knowledge for engine power plant technology and electricity market design. Its members are the leading European manufacturers of engine power plants and their key components. They provide forward-looking solutions for flexible electricity generation. EUGINE works with EU and national institutions in order to help the.
  2. Council and/or EP either take issue with a specific delegated act or the framework and boundaries for delegated acts in the primary legislation itself. Both Council and EP are required to provide a motivation when they object. An objection raised by either institution is sufficient to revoke a delegated act. 3. Application of delegated acts . The Commission may only issue delegated acts when.
  3. ed by the delegated act to be adopted by the Commission in accordance with Article 419(5) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013. TITLE III. LIQUIDITY OUTFLOWS AND INFLOWS. CHAPTER 1. Net Liquidity outflows. Article 2
  4. Given the short implementation period, the scope of the delegated act should be restricted to new business from Jan 1, 2022. Business that is in force on that date and extensions should be excluded from the scope. The envisaged application date of Jan 1, 2022 is problematic in our view, including with regard to transparency in non-financial statements pursuant to art. 8 of the Taxonomy.

Assessment of Delegated Act Proposal under the Taxonomy Regulation General Remarks Swedenergy is worried that a large part of Swedish electricity and heating sectors may not be considered taxonomy aligned according to the proposed delegated acts under the Taxonomy Regulation. Sweden has today a practically decarbonized electricity system. Nevertheless, large investments are foreseen until 2050. EBF Taxonomy documents. European Commission Taxonomy Article 8 Delegated Act: EBF response; Proposals for recognition of transition finance in the EU legislation: EBF response; EBF-UNEP FI report outlines a path for the application of EU Taxonomy to core banking services; EBF feedback on the draft Taxonomy Delegated Act the taxonomy draft delegated act - one sentence must go Posted on 31/03/2021 - Posted by Farm Europe For those who are not familiar with the Taxonomy Regulation, it aims at launching an ambitious and comprehensive strategy for sustainable finance with the aim of redirecting capital flows to help generate sustainable and inclusive growth WWF, alongside other NGOs, is suspending its role in the European Commission's Platform on Sustainable Finance following the release of the final climate taxonomy Delegated Act today. With this step, WWF is protesting against both the greenwashing of the forestry and bioenergy criteria in the climate taxonomy, and the process that led to these criteria - 5-minute read - On November 20, 2020 the European Commission published the long-awaited Draft Delegated Act under the Taxonomy Regulation[1], on climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation.This legal text specifies the technical screening criteria under which specific economic activities qualify as contributing substantially to climate change mitigation and adaptation and for.

The Delegated Act adopted yesterday includes substantial last-minute changes driven by politics, not science. Political interference in the process has turned sound environmental recommendations into a tool that could harm our planet. As long as industry lobbies keep holding this taxonomy hostage, it risks becoming a massive greenwashing instrument. The draft Delegated Act adopted yesterday is. We've waited patiently... now the EU Taxonomy's first Delegated Act (DA) is out! It provides all screening criteria required to measure how substantial contribution is to two out of the six core environmental objectives: Mitigation and Adaptation! This Delegated Act would cover the economic activities of roughly 40% of listed companies, in sectors which are responsible for almost 80% of. The European Commission is required to adopt a Delegated Act by June 1, 2021, specifying the content and presentation of the information to be disclosed and the methodology used, taking into account the specificities of both financial and non-financial undertakings and the technical screening criteria established under the Taxonomy Regulation

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Triodos Bank has voiced substantial concerns about the European Commission's draft Delegated Act on the EU Sustainable Taxonomy in its feedback on the proposal. While Triodos Bank recognises that the draft has taken into account the recommendations of the Commission's Technical Expert Group (TEG) on the climate taxonomy to a large extent, it ignores or weakens the TEG's scientific advice. EFAMA responds to the opportunity to provide feedback to the Article 8 Taxonomy Regulation (EU) 2020/852 ('taxonomy') draft delegated act, which the European Commission published for consultation on 7 May. We highlight that the provisions on investee companies in this delegated act will serve as the primary source of input for asset managers´ own disclosures on taxonomy compliance at both.

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  1. The European Commission is anticipated to adopt a separate delegated act on th e transparency requirements for large corporations under the non-financial reporting directive (NFRD) by 1 June 2021, in accordance with Article 8 of the taxonomy regulation. The three European Supervisory Authorities (ESMA, EIOPA and EBA) each provided the European Commission with an opinion. The EBA's advice.
  2. To ensure that taxonomy does not lead to market distortions the Commission must publish this complimentary Delegated Act as quickly as possible once the expert opinions become available, Desbazeille said. We believe that this could already be done in September 2021 and thus enable nuclear to be added to the second set of Delegated Acts - relating to the Do No Significant Harm criteria - due.
  3. The latest draft delegated act of the sustainable finance regulation goes part of the way to fixing what went wrong with the original text, but it still needs to be more inclusive when it comes to.

The European Commission recently adopted the EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act. Drafting the text required several months of work, and during that time, pressure from various industries and member states continued to intensify. Ultimately, the text excludes natural gas and nuclear power from the EU Taxonomy - to allow for further discussion - and introduces loose criteria on forest management Delegated Act of the European Commission - Level 2 Taxonomy Regulation SÉRVULO PUBLICATIONS 14 May 2021 (EU Green Deal) On the 21 st of April and as part of the comprehensive EU package on sustainable finance, the European Commission has disclosed the text of the Taxonomy Delegated Regulation supplementing Regulation (EU) 2020/852 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 18 June.

EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act. The EU Taxonomy is a robust, science-based transparency tool for companies and investors. It creates a common language that investors can use when investing in projects and economic activities that have a substantial positive impact on the climate and the environment. It will also introduce disclosure obligations on companies and financial market participants. The delegated act offers more useful guidance on investments than voluntary ESG standards, say observers. More and more people are paying attention to the taxonomy. It is the only binding legal instrument that expresses a binding view on the sustainability of an asset class. I think that will gain in importance when people assess financial investments [] It's about regulatory stability and.

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  1. On 22 June 2020, the long-awaited Regulation (EU) 2020/852 on the establishment of a framework to facilitate sustainable investment (the EU Taxonomy Regulation), and amending Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector (the SFDR) was published on the Official Journal of the European Union
  2. The Delegated Act covers the economic activities of roughly 40 % of EU-domiciled listed companies with more than 500 employees active in economic sectors responsible for nearly 80 % of direct greenhouse gas emissions in Europe (Taxonomy relevant sectors) (sources: Bloomberg, Eurostat; see the ECOM's communication, page 2). The Delegated Act notably covers the bioenergy, forestry, hydrogen and.
  3. On 21 April 2021, the Commission published the EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act setting out the technical screening criteria for the first two environmental objectives - climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation - as well as the application of the 'do no significant harm' (DNSH) criteria. The Climate Delegated Act has been published as a provisional version, although it.

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  1. Draft delegated act links. Press release on the draft delegated act - 20 November 2020; Text and annexes of the draft delegated act ; Give us your feedback on the draft delegated act; Story Timeline NGOs suspend participation in EU Sustainable Finance Platform over unscientific criteria for bioenergy & forestry in taxonomy Date: 26 Apr 2021 Content Type: Article. The EU Commission's.
  2. Brussels, 21 April 2021: FORATOM has taken note of the Commission's plans to include nuclear under a complementary Delegated Act. According to the communication, released today, this DA will be consistent with the conclusions of the Joint Research Centre's report - which confirmed that nuclear is as sustainable as other taxonomy-compliant power technologies - and subject to the.
  3. Feedback Statement: EU Taxonomy Article 8 Delegated Act . We support the EC in requiring enterprises to provide targeted information as per the EU Taxonomy Regulation and its delegated acts. To ensure consistent application of the rules, there is a strong need to clarify the definitions and specific requirements.the Implementation and interpretation guidance is also required immediately. We.
  4. The first draft delegated act circulated by the European Commission, and its annexes, rightly identified the manufacturing of high-performance windows as a key activity to achieve the taxonomy environmental objectives. However, while all NACE codes covering the production of windows are included in the list, the NACE code C23.12 Shaping and processing and flat glass is missing and should.
  5. delegated act of the Taxonomy Regulation The Association of German Public Insurers welcomes the consultation of the European Commission on the draft for a delegated act of the Taxonomy Regulation (EU 2020/852). As Germany's second largest primary insurance provider with a strong regional presence, the group is committed to constructive dialogue in the interests of all market participants and.
  6. ing u nder which conditions a specific economic activity is considered to contribute to EU's environmental ob jectives. The first Delegated Regulation on Sustainable Finance adopted last week sets an EU classification.

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On May 7, the European Commission (Commission) published its consultation on a draft Delegated Regulation expanding Article 8 of the Taxonomy Regulation ((EU) 2020/852) by specifying the disclosure o A first Delegated Act defining the technical screening criteria for economic activities that can make a substantial contribution to climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation has been published on 21 April 2021. The previous draft of the first Delegated Act caused some concern within the Swedish industry and real estate sectors, but some adjustments have been made in the published. BVI response to Commission Consultation on EU Taxonomy draft Delegated Act (DA) on climate change mitigation and adaptation . BVI. 1. welcomes the endeavours to create an EU-wide harmonised Taxonomy for sustainable investments. The Taxonomy is a very important and powerful tool for facilitating investments in sustainable economic activities. However, to reach this purpose and to come close to. Taxonomy Delegated Draft Act 18 December 2020 EREF remains in strong support of the Taxonomy Regulation as such. For the validity and credibility of the Taxonomy to be applied in the future, it is crucial that the classification is based on a transparent and scientific approach, without enabling greenwashing by including extra rules for particular interests. However, the taxonomy process so.

On 21 April 2021, the European Commission published the final Delegated Act (DA) under the EU taxonomy as part of the wider EU sustainable finance package.The key goal of the package is to provide tools for investors to identify sustainable investment opportunities and to direct finance towards the European Green Deal.. Faced with great pressure on multiple fronts regarding the criteria under. On 21 April 2021, the European Commission announced its intention to adopt a complementary Delegated Act of the EU Taxonomy Regulation to include activities not yet covered in the EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act. Nuclear energy will be included in this complementary Delegated Act subject and consistent with the results of the specific review process [ E3G welcomes the work of the European Commission on the EU Taxonomy Delegated Act with technical screening criteria on climate change mitigation and adaptation. To maintain the credibility of the taxonomy and the coherence across other policy files, E3G has provided a response to the public consultation with sector and activity-specific recommendations. Overarching recommendations for [

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The EU Taxonomy Delegated Acts are a set of living documents and will be subject to regular review to properly evolve over time to include developments and technological progress. As such, the European Commission gives stakeholders the possibility to suggest activities that are to be potentially included in the criteria via a web portal, which will be established in mid-2021 on the. The EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act (Delegated Act) sets out detailed technical screening criteria for determining whether an economic activity qualifies as contributing substantially to climate change mitigation or climate change adaptation and whether that economic activity causes no significant harm to any of the other environmental objectives in the Taxonomy Regulation The EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act provides technical screening criteria to determine activities aligned with the Taxonomy's climate mitigation and climate adaptation objectives, while the draft Taxonomy article 8 Delegated Act provides a methodology for companies required to report on the extent of their activities which qualify as environmentally sustainable. The package of measures.

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The first Taxonomy Delegated Act spells out which activities in the transport sector - such as cargo handling in road, rail and (sea)port terminals - can contribute to climate change mitigation. A second DA dealing with the remaining four environmental objectives is expected by the end of the year. The Communication also presents the EU Commission proposal for a Corporate Sustainability. On a positive note, we welcome the inclusion of anaerobic digestion in the first Delegated Act of the Taxonomy. The Platform on Sustainable Finance rightly recognised the role played by this Waste-to-Energy technology in reducing landfills and related methane emissions. However, the Delegated Act fails to reflect a comprehensive approach for waste management. While prevention, reuse and.

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The Commission today said the complementary Delegated Act will cover nuclear energy subject to and consistent with the results of the specific review process underway in accordance with the EU Taxonomy Regulation. The Commission noted this process is based on the JRC report. A review of this report is ongoing through two groups of experts - the Euratom Article 31 experts group and. The first Taxonomy delegated act on climate change mitigation and adaptation relies heavily on the Final Report and Technical Annex of the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG). The development of technical screening criteria is a highly complex and technical exercise which highlights the need for specialized stakeholder input and review. In its current form, conflicting. The Commission is required to adopt a delegated act providing details on the content and presentation of this information by 1 June 2021, with such rules set entering into force within four months. Next steps. The Taxonomy Regulation will enter into force on 12 July 2020. The delegated acts on the first two climate-related objectives (climate.

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Commission roadmap on Delegated Regulation on taxonomy

PRI SUPPORTS THE PUBLICATION OF FINAL TAXONOMY DELEGATED ACT London, 21st April 2021 The European Commission has published its final EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act (DA) for adoption. This establishes technical screening criteria to define whether an economic activity is Taxonomy aligned under the first two of six environmental objectives (i.e. substantially contributes to climate change. With the delegated act postponed at least until the second half of April, we think this is now a viable option and we call on the commission to give this serious consideration, Ms Johnson said. It will remove the uncertainty surrounding the future of nuclear under the taxonomy and will mean that all technologies are treated at the same. Title: Microsoft Word - Position Paper on Taxonomy Delegated Draft Act Author: gabri Created Date: 12/16/2020 7:42:40 P The EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act. The EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act is expected to formally be adopted by the end of this month. It introduces the first set of technical screening criteria that will define whether an economic activity contributes to two of the environmental goals under the Taxonomy Regulation - climate change adaptation and climate change mitigation. The technical. The Taxonomy Regulation falls under the Green Deal agenda but in reality, predates it. Although 40 pages long, Regulation 2020/852 can be summarised in a few words: abandoning all legislative ambition, it entrusts the Commission with adopting delegated acts to determine whether or not an economic activity is sustainable or does significant harm to the environment. Thus, the Commission becomes.

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The Delegated Act, which is over four months delayed due to intensive lobbying on the detail on the text, is the piece of the secondary legislation needed to establish the EU's classification system of sustainable activities - the EU taxonomy. It follows the political agreement on the Taxonomy Regulation which was agreed on the 18 December 2019 Taxonomy Regulation tasks the Commission with establishing the actual list of environmentally sustainable activities by defining technical screening criteria for each environmental objective. These criteria will be established through delegated acts. November 20, 2020 EC presents the first delegated act which is covering climate chang The draft delegated act also suggests two other forestry categories, named as improved forest management and conservation forestry to be included in the taxonomy. According to the Commission these economic activities can make a substantial contribution to the climate change mitigation and adaptation. The initial purpose of the taxonomy regulation was to address sectors with. To DG FISMA, 1) a list of meetings that address delegated acts to implement the taxonomy regulation (from 1. January 2020 till present day) of Commissioner Dombrovskis and members of her cabinet or representatives of DG FISMA AND representatives of industry groups from the financial sector or the energy sector (production and distribution). 2) minutes and other reports of these meetings; 3.

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The Taxonomy Delegated Act agreed today introduces clear performance criteria for determining - within each sector covered - which economic activities make a substantial contribution to the Green Deal objectives. These criteria create common ground for businesses and investors, allowing them to communicate about green activities credibly and help them to navigate the transition to. The delegated act covering the four other environmental objectives, should be established by the end of 2021 and will apply by the end of 2022. Furthermore, the Commission will adopt a delegated act by June 2021 specifying the information companies subject to the non-financial reporting directive will have to disclose on how, and to what extent, their activities align with those considered.

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EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act. What is the EU Taxonomy Climate Delegated Act? The EU's Taxonomy Regulation, which entered into force on 12 July 2020, will help create the world's first-ever green list - a classification system for environmentally sustainable economic activities.It will create a common language that investors can use when investing in projects and economic activities. Feedback statement on EU Taxonomy Article 8 Delegated Act. 58.1 KB. Links. EC's roadmap on obligation for companies to publish non-financial information. Sustainable finance - EU Taxonomy Delegated Act on Article 8. 3-step sustainability assessment for SMEs. Related content. EventEarly Warning Europe SME summit. 30 September 2021. Read more. EventSustainable Corporate Governance - A.

Nuclear to be included in Delegated Act of EU taxonomy

EU Taxonomy: Biofuels must play a role in the transition to carbon neutrality. 12.04.2021. The latest draft delegated act of the sustainable finance regulation goes part of the way to fixing what went wrong with the original text, but it still needs to be more inclusive when it comes to proven sustainable renewable energy solutions, writes the. CEPF would like to express strong concerns about how the process for this delegated act has been carried out. The lack of sectoral involvement can be seen in the complex criteria, complexity which will exclude most of the 16 million private forest owners to contributing to the climate change mitigation and adaptation via taxonomy system

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Starch Europe's Position on the Taxonomy Regulation's draft delegated act on climate-related objectives and its annexes. Starch Europe would like to express its deepest concerns following the Commission's publication of the first draft delegated act and its annexes supplementing Regulation 2020/852 establishing a framework to facilitate sustainable investments, which pose a serious threat. The European Commission is now working on the final technical criteria to be adopted under a Delegated Act that supplements the Taxonomy Regulation. The first disclosures on the climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation objectives need to be made by 2022. The activities deemed to contribute to the remaining four objectives are expected to become clear in 2021, with disclosures to. Taxonomy-related sustainability disclosures Draft regulatory technical standards with regard to the content and presentation of sustainability disclosures pursuant to Article 8(4), 9(6) and 11(5) of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 . 2 ontents 1. Responding to this Consultation 3 2. Executive Summary 5 3. Background analysis 8 4. Draft RTS 16 5. Preliminary Impact Assessments 49 6. Draft consolidated. But this activity would need to be recognised in the Taxonomy Delegated Act to facilitate investment flows. Therefore we call on the European Commission to include additional 'do no harm' criteria in the manufacturing of cement that favours the reuse of composite material from wind turbine blades (see page 4). Separately, wind energy uses a variety of advisory services (e.g. feasibility.

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