European Union defaults
Defaults of the European Union commission for renewable energy:
With first of the two strategies of the European Union it acts around in March 2000 the decided on ten years Lissabonner put on strategy, which aims at the European Union "the most competitive and most dynamic knowledge-based marketing area in the world to make itself - a marketing area, which is able, a durable economic growth with more and better jobs and a larger social co-operation to obtain." (European advice of Lisbon, conclusions of the presidency, March 2000).
In the year 2001 this target on the conference of the European advice in Göteborg was supplemented by an ecological dimension. The Lissabonner strategy is based on the acceptance that a stronger economy not only the job creation, but also a social politics and an environmental policy, which a lasting development and a social integration ensure, is favorable.
Definition - What is "lastingness"?
"Lasting development is a development, which corresponds to the needs of the today's generation to be satisfied without endangering the possibilities of future generations."– or simply impressed:
„We must build roads, on which next generations can still drive.“
First of all a comprehensive lastingness concept is outlined. The central message of the strategy reads that in the long term the economical, which social and the ecological dimension must go from lastingness hand in hand: "the lasting development offers the positive long-term perspective of a wealthier and fairer society to the European union; she promises a cleaner, safer and healthier environment - a society, us, our children and grandchildren a better quality of life offers."
To second six trends are identified, which are clearly not lasting. In other words: six prioritaere ranges are called, in which problems exist, which represent a serious threat for our well-being being issued - with possibly irreversible consequences
-. It concerns the following topics:
- CLIMATIC CHANGES
- PUBLIC HEALTH
- POVERTY AND SOCIAL EXCLUDE
- OBSOLESCENCE OF THE SOCIETY
- MANAGEMENT OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES
- MOBILITY AND TRAFFIC