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Policy Dialogue
Green Deal and polycrisis: Aligning short-term reactions with long-term commitments






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UPCOMING EVENT
Thursday, 29 February 2024
 14:00 - 15:30
EVENT PARTNERS

Speakers

Andrea Casamenti
Just Transition Policy Coordinator, SOLIDAR
Imogen Sudbery
Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy for Europe, International Rescue Committee
Romain Pardo
Senior Programme Manager, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Simon Dekeyrel
Policy Analyst, Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme, European Policy Centre




Moderator(S)

Brooke Moore
Policy Analyst, Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme, European Policy Centre


The European Policy Centre is delighted to invite you to this online Policy Dialogue, which marks the completion of the EPC project on ‘Managing the crises of today and tomorrow’ and the unveiling of a new EPC publication on the topic. 
 
Europe is facing a polycrisis marked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, inflation, socio-political polarisation, and geopolitical confrontation. At the same time, climate change and environmental degradation are posing an existential threat to the world. In the run-up to the EU elections, the EU must consider ways to manage crises in different sectors while staying true to its ambitions under the European Green Deal.
 
This online Policy Dialogue will explore how the EU can align short-term responses with the long-term objectives of the Green Deal, including the just transition and citizens’ well-being. Panellists will also consider previous and current crises to understand how policies can provide greater preparedness and deliver immediate and lasting benefits to people, the economy, and the planet.
 
Participation is open to EPC members only, the media, and EU officials
    


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