Challenges of European environmental law towards 2030 - Webinar series: II. Revision of the Industrial Emissions Directive: in search of consistency with climate, energy and circular economy policies?
The Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) regulates around 50.000 large industrial installations in Europe. The IED is supposed to take an integrated approach on pollution prevention from industrial activities. On 19 October 2020, the European Commission published its work programme for 2021. The Commission indicated that it would propose, as announced in the European Green Deal, a revision of Directive 2010/75/EU on industrial emissions. The revision of the IED will seek to enhance the contribution of the IED to the zero pollution objective, as well as its consistency with climate, energy and circular economy policies.
The compliance of IED and its implementation in EU Member States with the Aarhus Convention was subject to cases at the Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee. The findings in this respect should also be taken into account in the revision of the IED.
Delphine Misonne, Université Saint-Louis, Belgium/Brussels
Marga Robesin, Natuur en Milieu, the Netherlands
Isabelle Larmuseau, VVOR, Belgium/Flanders
Aneta Willems, European Commission, DG Environment, Unit Industrial Emissions & Safety
Christian Schaible, The European Environmental Bureau
Jerzy Jendrośka, Opole University, Poland
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