The aim of this study is to provide evidence to inform discussions on a potential investment plan for SMEs, within the context of the EU Agenda for Green Growth and Jobs, and the European Semester 2015 exercise.  The rationale of the study is based on the importance given to resource efficiency as a tool to promote sustainable development, as recognized in the EU policy framework and in different initiatives at the Member State level.

The report has now been published by the European Commisson and is available here.

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