New European Laws 2021

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Effort Sharing Regulation 2021-2030: limitation of Member States` CO2 emissions [Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2018/842 OJ No. OJ L 156, 19.6.2018, pp. 26-42] In her letter to the leaders of the EPP, S&D, Renew, Greens and left-wing groups, President von der Leyen stresses the importance of ensuring coherence in the development of a sustainable framework for economic operators and that the initiative will be adopted in the LIFE 2021 programme for 2021-2027: Financing the environment and climate objectives COM(2018) 385, 1.6.2018, Procedure reference: 2018/0209(COD) Replacement benchmarks for financial benchmarks at recruitment (Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/168 OJ No. OJ L 49, 12.2.2021, pp. 6-17] Common provisions Regulation: New rules for cohesion policy for the period 2021-2027 (closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/1060, OJ L 49, p. 1). OJ L 231, 30.6.2021, p. 1. 159–706] Towards deforestation-free raw materials and products in the EU COM(2021) 706, 17.11.2021, procedure reference: 2021/0366 (COD). Access to justice in environmental matters: amendment of the Aarhus Regulation[Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/1767 OJ No. OJ L 356, 8.10.2021, pp. 1-7] Social Climate Fund: Fit for 55 package COM(2021) 568, 14.7.2021, 2020/0206(COD).

Amendments to the AIFM Directive and UCITS COM(2021) 721, 25.11.2021, Procedure ref: 2021/0376(COD). Regulation of foreign subsidies that distort competition: a level playing field for the internal market COM(2021) 0223, 5.5.2021, procedure Ref: 2020/0114(COD) Amendments to MiFID II and MiFIR: European markets for financial instruments COM(2021)726 and COM(2021)727 of 25.11.2021, 2021/0384(COD) and 2021/0385(COD). Multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027: the future of EU finances (procedure closed: Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, pp. 11-22) Sustainable marine fuels – Package “Suitable for 55”: the proposal “EU marine fuel” COM(2021) 562, 14.7.2021, file number: 2021/0210 (COD). Revision of the Energy Tax Directive: Fit for 55 package, COM(2021) 563, 14.7.2021, procedure number: 2021/0213(COD). Erasmus 2021-2027: the Union programme for education, training, youth and sport (procedure closed: Regulation (EU) 2021/817 OJ No. OJ L 189, 28.5.2021, pp. 1-33] Equal pay for equal work for men and women: pay transparency and enforcement mechanisms COM(2021) 0093, procedure reference: 2021/0050 (COD). European Fund for Travel, Fisheries and Aquaculture (Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/1139, OJ No. OJ L 247, 13.7.2021, p. 1-49] The European climate law was published in the Official Journal on 9 July 2021 and entered into force on 29 July 2021.

CAP amending Regulation (CMO): amending the Regulations on the CMO for agricultural products, quality schemes and measures for remote regions (closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/2117 OJ No. OJ L 435, 6.12.2021, p. 12. 262–314] The EU Corporate Due Diligence Directive could be a milestone, but the proposal contains significant loopholes that could prevent much-needed positive impacts on people, planet and climate. We join 220+ organizations calling for effective legislation. EU Anti-Fraud Programme 2021-2027 COM(2018) 386, 30.5.2018, Procedure number: 2018/0211(COD) Our approach to making the UK “the best-regulated economy in the world” is set out in the “Benefits of Brexit” document published in January 2022. This approach is complemented by the reviews launched in September 2021 of the content and status of EU law maintained. The bill will allow the government, through Parliament, to update legislation based on substance review results and progress. Although a handful of countries have already passed laws requiring companies to comply with human rights due diligence and providing for civil or criminal liability for companies that fail to do so, it is too early to say whether their practices will serve as effective models. Nevertheless, the first cases in these countries could provide important signals for wider EU practice.

Four actions are currently pending in France under the French law on vigilance, whose structure is generally similar to that of the European Union project. How French courts interpret the extent of due diligence will be revealing, particularly in cases where a “vigilance plan” has been adopted but the measures taken by the company have not been sufficient to prevent business-related abuses. The Netherlands, Norway and Germany are in the process of adopting similar laws. The German Due Diligence Act, adopted in the summer of 2021 and entered into force on 1 January 2023, provides for significant penalties – up to 2% of a company`s global turnover for large companies and exclusion from public procurement for three years – for material violations, and other countries can adopt this sanction approach when implementing the EU Directive. in accordance with its request for financial penalties related to turnover. Update of the European framework for digital identity COM(2021)0281 of 3.6.2021, Procedure number: 2021/0136 (COD). EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders has announced that the European Commission will introduce legislation in 2021 to make human rights due diligence mandatory for EU companies. European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT): Regulation and new Strategic Innovation Agenda (procedure closed: Regulation (EU) 2021/819, Decision (EU) 2021/820 OJ L 189, 28.5.2021, pp. 61-118) Horizon Europe – Specific programme: implementation of the Framework Programme (closed procedure: Council Decision (EU) 2021/764 OJ L 189, 28.5.2021, p. 1. OJ L 167 I, 12.5.2021, pp. 1-80] Digital Europe Programme: financing the digital transformation beyond 2020 (Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/694 OJ L 167 I, 12.5.2021, p.

1-80] Digital Europe Programme: financing the digital transformation beyond 2020 (Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/694 OJ L 167 I, 12.5.2021, p. 1. OJ L 166, 11.5.2021, p. 1. 1-34] InvestEU Programme: The new EU investment support scheme [closed procedure: Regulation 2021/523 OJ No. L 107, 26.3.2021, pp.30-89] The note contains recommendations in the light of the European Parliament resolution of 10 March 2021 on due diligence and corporate responsibility, with a particular focus on issues related to translating human rights due diligence into a binding legal standard and corporate liability and redress. Connecting Europe Facility 2021-2027: Financing of key EU infrastructure networks, COM(2018) 438, 6.6.2018, case number: 2018/0228 (COD). Ensuring machinery safety in the digital age: revision of the Machinery Directive COM(2021)202 of 21.4.2021, procedure reference: 2021/0105 (COD).

A new Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument: Global Europe (Closed procedure: Regulation (EU) 2021/947 OJ No. OJ L 209, 14.6.2021, p. 1.