The European Green Deal is a comprehensive plan announced by the European Union in December 2019 (LINK) that aims to make the EU’s economy more sustainable and address the challenges of climate change and environmental degradation.
The main objectives of the Green Deal are to:
To achieve these goals, the European Green Deal proposes a range of policies and initiatives, including:
Overall, the European Green Deal represents a comprehensive effort by the EU to transition to a more sustainable, low-carbon, and circular economy that protects the environment, promotes economic growth, and benefits all citizens.
The SME Strategy for a Sustainable and Digital Europe
The European SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) Strategy, which was announced in March 2020, aims to contribute to the objectives of the European Green Deal, the Digital Decade, and other EU actions launched in the context of the twin digital and green transition, namely achieving a climate-neutral, resource-efficient, and agile digital economy, by mobilising European small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) across industrial sectors.
Actions, launched within the framework of the European Strategy for SMEs aim to bring results across 3 main pillars, with some ongoing and some planned over the course of upcoming months and years. (Link)
For forward-thinking green entrepreneurs, the SME Strategy for a Sustainable and Digital Europe isn’t just a blueprint – it’s an invitation to transformative growth. By immersing yourself in these insights, you’re opening doors to a world of advantages tailored to you.
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