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The European Commission’s 10 priorities for 2015-19 include the stimulation of investment and the creation of jobs. Thanks to progress made, the Energy Union project is on track to deliver jobs, growth and investment as part of the EU’s transition to a low-carbon, secure and competitive economy.

Renewable energy offers a range of socio-economic benefits, including employment creation and the stimulation of local, national and regional economies. IRENA’s Renewable Energy and Jobs - Annual Review provides regular assessments of employment generation along the value chain.

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The future of transport will be marked by new technologies such as vehicle connectivity and automation, together with mobility services like ride-sharing or car-sharing.

Around 20 000 delegates and observers are expected in Katowice, Poland, in December this year, to negotiate the global response to climate change.

Climate change, driven by forces such as deforestation and fossil fuel use, defines today’s global challenges. With the Paris Agreement, countries have agreed to takeaction to limit global warming to 2°C.

The automotive industry is set to undergo an unprecedented transformation. Nowadays, value creation is related to more than merely vehicles. It encompasses countless services around mobility, for which the ongoing digitalisation of products and processes has been decisive.