Penser l'Europe, Thinking Europe, Europa denken

Europe Jacques Delors (AISBL), a member of the Jacques Delors family of think tanks inspired by the vision and legacy of Jacques Delors, is a new Brussels-based think tank created in early 2020.

Its creation comes after the Jacques Delors Institute in Paris (1996) and the Jacques Delors Centre in Berlin (2014).

United by the objective underlined by their common theme - Penser l'Europe, Thinking Europe, Europa denken - the three think tanks contribute to the debate and elaborate proposals to advance European integration.

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“Free allowances have demonstrated their incapacity to trigger decarbonization” - Gen...

“Free allowances have demonstrated their incapacity to trigger decarbonization” - Gen...

Publication | Event Report
27 July 2021
ESG Standards: For international cooperation and European sovereignty

ESG Standards: For international cooperation and European sovereignty

Publication | Policy brief
26 July 2021
International cooperation essential for EU carbon border tax, say experts

International cooperation essential for EU carbon border tax, say experts

Media | Article
22 July 2021

ENDS EUROPE

Europe’s new climate plan: fit for purpose?

Europe’s new climate plan: fit for purpose?

Media | Article
21 July 2021

THEFIFTHESTATE

Newsletter(JULY 2021): Fit for 55 - High hopes, big challenges

Newsletter(JULY 2021): Fit for 55 - High hopes, big challenges

Media | Newsletter
15 July 2021

Europe Jacques Delors

German industry worried about EU carbon market reform, sceptical of CBAM

German industry worried about EU carbon market reform, sceptical of CBAM

Media | Article
15 July 2021

Euractiv

“Keeping free allowances in ETS does not encourage sectors that benefit from them to ...

“Keeping free allowances in ETS does not encourage sectors that benefit from them to ...

Media | Article
15 July 2021

agence europe

Europe’s controversial carbon plan could be a global game-changer

Europe’s controversial carbon plan could be a global game-changer

Media | Article
14 July 2021

The Sydney Morning Herald

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6 October 2021

Event: Illustrating the relevance of Mission Resto...

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