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The GreenEcoNet team is proud to present the 4th policy brief in our series, entitled 'Decarbonising the EU economy by 2050: the contribution of SMEs to the decarbonisation of the transport sector".

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The GreenEcoNet team is proud to present the 3rd policy brief in our series, entitled 'Energy Efficiency Policies for SMEs in Europe'.

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In our blog last week we looked at the European Commission's report that SMEs will benefit for

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A new European Commission report out this week claims that EU small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will have much to gain from the upcoming Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) treaty with the US.

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The Enterprise Europe Network have helped produce a useful guide to doing business across the EU.

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The winners of the European Business Awards for the Environment 2014/2015 were announced in Lyon on the evening of December 1st, and small businesses were among their ranks.

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The European Commission has recently announced the adoption of its Green Action Plan (GAP) for SMEs: Enabling SMEs to turn environmental challenges into business opportunities. The Action Plan presents a series of European level, SME-oriented actions to help exploit the business opportunities offered by the transition to a green economy.

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Jamie Butterworth, CEO of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and Jocelyn Bleriot, Head of Editorial & European Affairs at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, look into how EU industrial policy will be supporting the circular economy.

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Anders Wijkman, Co-president of the Club of Rome and a former MEP, reasserts the neccesity of resource efficiency and circular economy in the EU.

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