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Public consultation on EIB approach to supporting climate action

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Public consultation on EIB approach to supporting climate action

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  •  Date: 22 September 2015 - 22 September 2015

In January 2015, the European Investment Bank (EIB) launched a public consultation as part of a  review on its approach to supporting climate action.

As a result of this review, the EIB’s Board of Directors adopted on 22nd September 2015 the EIB Climate Strategy - Mobilising finance for the transition to a low-carbon and climate-resilient economy

The EIB Climate Strategy builds on existing policies and initiatives and refers to other documents, such as EIB sector policies, public statements and methodology descriptions where appropriate. It presents a forward looking statement describing the Bank’s future direction and developments of its climate action.

All relevant documentation regarding this public consultation can be found in the below table.

Contact information

Adrian Aupperle (EIB Secretariat-General)
Climate-action-consultation@eib.org


EventDateDocuments

Launch of consultation

12/01/2015


Consultation meeting in Brussels

12/02/2015

Publication of stakeholder contributions

17/08/2015


Publication of EIB comments to stakeholder contributions

22/09/2015


Publication of Consultation report

22/09/2015


Publication of final draft document

17/08/2015


Adoption of new document by EIB’s Board of Directors


22/09/2015



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