- Simplification of funds, and cutting red tape and administrative obstacles for beneficiaries;
- Economic governance, notably the links between cohesion policy and the European semester, and the role of macro-economic conditionality;
- The participation of citizens in cohesion policy, including possibilities for stronger involvement through for instance approaches such as participatory budgeting;
- The lack of coherence between the different funds (ERDF, ESF+) and the potential for improving synergies;
- The position of the European Parliament and its role in the upcoming negotiations on the post-2020 cohesion package.
The workshop took place on 28 November 2023 and focused on the following topics: Main trends in methane emissions in the EU; Impact of mitigating agricultural emissions on climate change; Implications of methane as a Read more…