Zoom sur : TTIP et le climat

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  • 3-jui-2015 The Guardian
    TTIP aim to lift US oil export ban goes against climate targets
    EU push to lift restrictions on US crude oil and liquefied natural gas exports as part of controversial trade deal could explode Canada’s tar sands carbon bomb and push up carbon emissions
  • 25-jui-2015 Le Courrier International
    Le TTIP est déjà réalité
    Les traités de libre-échange avec le Canada (Ceta) et les EtatsUnis (TTIP) ne menacent pas les normes européennes, assurent les négociateurs de Bruxelles. Pourtant, ils mobilisent associations et société civile et divisent les eurodéputés
  • 29-mai-2015 Zeit
    The hidden costs of trade treaties
    The free trade treaties with Canada (CETA) and the United States (TTIP) are not threatening European standards, the negotiators in Brussels assure us. Yet environmental and food safety regulations have already been weakened.
  • 27-mar-2015 Chemical Watch
    Germany worries about TTIP’s impact on environmental standards
    The German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) is worried that the stated aim of the EU-US negotiations for a free trade agreement to bring regulations and standards as close together as possible, may lower environmental standards in the EU.
  • 22-déc-2014 Huffington Post
    2014 : A year in review on climate and trade
    Take a look at some of the major happenings on trade in 2014 and you’ll see, however, that trade rules and climate disruption are integrally linked.
  • 8-déc-2014 Mediapart
    Saving the climate means stopping TTIP !
    How the transatlantic free trade agreements cheerfully scupper energy transition….
  • 7-déc-2014 Mediapart
    Sauver le climat exige de stopper Tafta !
    Comment les accords de libre-échange transatlantiques sabordent allègrement la transition énergétique
  • 10-oct-2014 No al TTIP
    La UE cede a las presiones y abre la puerta a las arenas bituminosas
    La decisión publicada esta semana es la antesala de lo que ocurrirá con los tratados de libre comercio con Canadá y EEUU (CETA y TTIP) Mañana se celebra la jornada de lucha contra estos tratados ante la amenaza de desregulación ambiental, social y laboral.
  • 6-oct-2014 Washington Post
    The trade clause that overrules governments
    The Obama administration’s insistence on ISDS may please Wall Street, but it threatens to undermine some of the president’s landmark achievements in curbing pollution and fighting global warming.
  • 17-sep-2014 Climate Space
    Les mouvements sociaux dénoncent l’emprise du secteur privé sur le Sommet sur le Climat de Ban Ki-moon
    Les mouvements sociaux soulignent que vouloir stopper les dérèglements climatiques impliquerait de mettre fin au régime de libre-échange qui permet de poursuivre une croissance sans fin et d’assurer des profits sans limite aux multinationales.
  • 17-sep-2014 Climate Space
    Social movements denounce corporate take-over of Ban Ki-Moon Climate Summit
    The movements point out that halting climate change calls for an end to the neoliberal free trade regime that promotes the pursuit of endless growth and endless profit for transnational corporations.
  • 23-jui-2014 La Arena
    EE.UU. presiona a UE contra el ambiente
    Documentos internos que acaban de ser divulgados indican que Estados Unidos intenta bloquear una propuesta de reglamentación de la Unión Europea (UE) sobre cambio climático, con el fin de obligar a los países europeos a importar petróleo no convencional que especialistas consideran particularmente dañino para el ambiente.
  • 19-jui-2014 IPS
    US accused of forcing EU to accept tar sands oil
    Newly publicised internal documents suggest that US negotiators are working to permanently block a landmark regulatory proposal in the European Union aimed at addressing climate change, and instead to force European countries to import particularly dirty forms of oil.
  • 17-jui-2014 Mediapart
    Les négociations TAFTA et CETA utilisées pour affaiblir la législation climatique européenne

    Les Amis de la Terre, Greenpeace, Sierra Club et Transport & Environnement publient aujourd’hui un nouveau rapport « Marchandages douteux », révélant comment les gouvernements des États-Unis et du Canada, poussés par les lobbies pétroliers, utilisent les négociations commerciales actuelles pour forcer l’Union européenne à donner un accès illimité à son marché aux sables bitumineux, source de carburant qui a pourtant des impacts climatiques, sociaux et environnementaux dévastateurs.
  • 26-mai-2014 Dissident Voice
    New environmentalists taking bold actions and it’s working
    Through trade agreements, Big Energy is trying to weaken environmental protections and increase their power to subvert democracy but people are stopping these too.
  • 15-mai-2014 EcoWatch
    178 groups demand answers about TTIP’s climate impact
    Will the US and Europe consider the climate and environment during their next round of TTIP negotiations ? Nearly 200 civil society organizations hope so, and wrote about their concerns in a letter to trade representatives from the U.S. and Europe.
  • 6-mar-2014 FOEE
    New report : No fracking way How the EU-US trade deal risks expanding fracking in Europe and the US
    A trade deal between the EU and the US risks opening the backdoor for the expansion of fracking in Europe and the US, reveals a new report released today.
  • 27-fév-2014 EurActiv
    TTIP ‘challenged’ by environmental critics, EU says
    Plans for a sweeping EU-US free trade deal known as TTIP risk being blown off course by civil society fears about the damage it could wreak on environmental and social protections, according to a leaked EU document seen by EurActiv.
  • 21-nov-2013 Oilprice.com
    How an EU-US free trade agreement will affect the energy sector
    Energy has not been making headlines in the context of these talks, but a TTIP will have far-reaching implications for the energy sector, e.g. with regard to oil sands, LNG and shale gas.
  • 10-sep-2013 Actu-Environnement
    La protection des consommateurs et de l’environnement au risque du libre-échange transatlantique
    "Les Etats-Unis cherchent à étendre leur champ normatif, face à une Commission européenne qui ne défend pas les acquis communautaires", analyse l’eurodéputé (Verts-Ale) Yannick Jadot, qui s’inquiète de voir les normes régissant le commerce des OGM et les dispositions liées à l’accord Reach soumises au rabotage des négociateurs étasuniens.
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