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226 documents of Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
Energy Agenda: Towards a low-carbon energy supply
The Energy Agenda describes the choices to be made and the steps to be taken towards a low-carbon energy supply in 2050.
Opening remarks by Sharon Dijksma, Minister for the Environment, at the High Level Dialogue on Carbon Pricing: ‘Doubling the Wave’, Zurich
‘Talk about carbon pricing always reminds me of one of my favorite songs by Beyoncé. The refrain goes: ‘If you liked it, you ...
Opening speech by Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, Henk Kamp, at the Emerging Technologies Summit, Stanford
‘The Dutch startup climate’, keynote speech by minister Kamp
‘The Dutch startup climate’, keynote speech by minister Kamp at the University of California, Berkeley, 9 January 2017.
Keynote speech minister Kamp Smart e-Mobility in Practice Conference
Keynote speech by minister Kamp at Smart e-Mobility in Practice Conference, San Francisco, 9 January 2017.
Netherlands Radio Spectrum Policy Memorandum 2016
Given the considerable social importance attached to the use of radio spectrum, the Ministry of Economic affairs organised a ...
Statement by H.E. Sharon Dijksma, Minister for the Environment of the Netherlands at the UN Climate Change Conference ‘COP22’, Marrakesh
Environment Minister, Sharon Dijksma, adressed the UN Climate Change Conference (COP22) today. ‘The Global Climate Action Agenda ...
Letter to the Parliament Final Consent Decision on gas extraction in the Groningen gas field
Hereby you find the letter to the parliament about the Final Consent Decision on gas extraction in the Groningen gas field
A circular economy in the Netherlands by 2050 (summary)
Currently, we still use our raw materials and fossil fuels too often as if they are inexhaustible. We make products as cheap as ...
A Circular Economy in the Netherlands by 2050
The government-wide programme for a circular economy is aimed at developing a circular economy in the Netherlands by 2050.