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Marcus Morfeldt

Expert hÄllbarhet och infrastruktur

Latest Articles by Marcus Morfeldt

REPORT — 1 June 2021

Företagens avgörande roll för en hĂ„llbar utveckling – maj 2021

ARTICLE — 25 May 2021

Swedish Enterprise’s overall comments on the taxonomy and the delegated act for climate

Sustainable growth is essential for achieving the green transition. But much more needs to be done to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement and the EU’s Green Deal and move to a climate-neutral society.
ARTICLE — 17 May 2021

Svenskt NÀringslivs övergripande kommentarer kring taxonomin och den delegerade akten för klimat

HÄllbar tillvÀxt Àr avgörande för att klara den gröna omstÀllningen. Men mer mÄste göras för att nÄ mÄlsÀttningen i Parisavtalet och EU:s Green Deal och stÀlla om till ett klimatneutralt samhÀlle.
ARTICLE — 11 May 2021

Involving the business community will be crucial for reaching the Taxonomy’s environmental objectives 3 to 6  

The Taxonomy file is important for the Swedish business community and is followed closely by the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise. The work with criteria for the environmental objectives is currently in an early stage, and in this position paper we highlight our initial key messages. 
ARTICLE — 9 April 2021

There are few bright spots in the European Commission’s leaked new taxonomy proposals

Within the EU Commission’s recently leaked revised draft delegated Act on the climate-related parts of the taxonomy, several of the sections that had aroused great discussions - not least in Sweden - have now been revised. Overall, however, we find it deeply concerning that it is clearly politics, not science, that now define what is and what is not contributing to a sustainable society in the proposal. 
ARTICLE — 9 April 2021

FÄ ljuspunkter i EU-kommissionens nya taxonomiförslag

EU-kommissionens nya taxonomiförslag innehÄller bÄde problem och utmaningar. Det Àr problematiskt nÀr politiken, och inte vetenskapen, bestÀmmer vad som bidrar till ett hÄllbart samhÀlle, skriver Marcus Morfeldt, expert pÄ hÄllbarhet.
ARTICLE — 26 February 2021

The EU Taxonomy threatens the progress on climate change and Swedish competitiveness

Swedish Enterprise is concerned that the proposed EU taxonomy will have a negative impact on our ability to achieve our climate goals and will hit the competitiveness of Swedish companies hard, thus affecting our prosperity. It is clear that the taxonomy does not align with, or support, the Swedish strategy for fossil free society.
ARTICLE — 10 February 2021

Confederation of Swedish Enterprise responds to consultation on Sustainable corporate governance

The European Commission is set to propose a legislative framework for sustainable corporate governance in Q2-2021. This initiative aims to “improve the EU regulatory framework on company law and corporate governance” and is said to include new rules on corporate governance as well as new rules on due diligence in supply chains.
EVENT — 1 February 2021

Hur kommer EU:s taxonomi pÄverka det svenska nÀringslivet och den gröna omstÀllningen? 

Under webbinariet presenterar Cartina rapporten ”Översyn av taxonomins pĂ„verkan pĂ„ det svenska nĂ€ringslivet.”
ARTICLE — 16 December 2020

Joint position on Taxonomy from the Nordic business federations from Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden

The Nordic business federations of Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are deeply concerned by the delegated Regulation on the EU’s environmental objectives for climate change mitigation and adaptation under the ‘Taxonomy’. We find that it will undermine ours, and Europe’s, ability to reach our climate goals. 
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