The primary policy vision driving SusChem’s thinking and initiatives is of a sustainable low-carbon economy in Europe that can avert or adapt to the impacts of significant climate change and support a dynamic innovation and industrial eco-system.
To make this transition, the European Commission suggests that by 2050, the EU should have cut its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% compared to 1990 levels. The development and deployment of clean sustainable technologies will play an essential role in reaching these goals. Find out more about SusChem’s five main policy directions to help build a low-carbon economy below.
In a globalised market industrial competitiveness is essential to drive economic growth and retain and boost employment, especially for...Read more
The European Commission’s ambitious Circular Economy Package aims to help European businesses and consumers to make the transition to a...Read more
Secure, affordable and climate-friendly energy is an essential foundation for a sustainable society and an economy that can provide jobs...Read more
Digital Single Market
The rapid progress in digital technologies is changing the way we do everything in society...Read more
To cope with an increasing global population, depletion of resources, increasing environmental pressures and climate change, Europe needs...Read more