Green Transition: Joint Business Statement on safeguarding the environmental and climate benefits of the ESPR

Published: 3 May 2023

Policies & Issues: Green Transition

The signatories of the statement welcome the objectives of the proposed new Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) to support and improve the circularity, energy performance and other environmental sustainability aspects of products. However, the signatories caution against certain proposals made in the European Parliament to include product requirements on ‘social sustainability’ in the ESPR.

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Authors

Mittelham
Stéphanie Mittelham
Manager - Green Transition
Livraghi
Lorenzo Livraghi
Senior Adviser - Trade and Industrial Policy

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