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21 October 2022. The "Fit for 55" package includes a series of proposals that should help to achieve the EU climate law's objectives. CEETTAR would like to widen the debate to the entire consequences of the Fit for 55 package for land-based contractors.
On 14 July 2021, the European Commission published its
“Fit for 55 Package” (the package), as a series of proposals, which should help
deliver on the European Climate Law target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
in the EU by at least 55% by 2030 and enable climate neutrality by 2050.
As part of the Green Deal for Europe, the European climate law, and the package
allow the European climate trajectory to be adjusted to the objectives of the
The Fit for 55 package encompasses a series of proposals which will have repercussions for the agriculture, civil engineering, machinery service, forestry sector and other earthworks ( the so-called “land-based”) contractors.
This paper expresses the analysis and opinion of land-based contractors across Europe. A series of themes are addressed under three categories: rural and agriculture policy, machinery regulation and forestry.
What does the Fit for 55
package mean for EU rural and agriculture policy?
What does the Fit for 55 package mean for Mobile Machinery regulations?
What does the Fit for 55 package mean for forestry?
Another overarching priority: support to training
CEETTAR reminds that contractors play a crucial
role in the dissemination of innovative technologies, in the entire agriculture
value chain, by constantly sharing the technical and economic references
gathered from their various clients.
Please click HERE to download the full text in PDF format of the CEETTAR OPINION on the Fit for 55 Package.