This is a chapter of IEEP’s Manual of European Environmental Policy. In this chapter, the reader is introduced to European environmental policy, EU institutions and agencies, and the development of EU treaties.
6 results found for "Lisbon Treaty" ordered by most recent first
The Lisbon Treaty substantially modified the framework for the Commission’s implementing powers, commonly known as ‘comitology’. This IEEP report explains the new procedures and gives examples of how they might, or will, apply in the EU biodiversity policy area.
A timely discussion paper explaining how a territorial approach can be developed within rural development policy and other aspects of the CAP.
When Financial Needs Meet Political Realities: Implications for Climate Change in the Post-2013 EU Budget
This paper is the first in a series being produced as part of a policy dialogue platform on the post-2013 EU budget and associated EU funding instruments such as Cohesion Policy.
IEEP Analysis Briefing: Strategic EU Affairs
The European Parliament elections take place between June 4-9, with voting on different days in different countries. The Parliament's role in European decision making is increasing over time and will expand ...