Climate change and the environment
#TheFutureIsYours Leading the way for a more sustainable future
Making a score reflecting how much impact a product has on the climate. This score will be determined by the impact of the production process, the distance of transport, the sustainability of the company, etc.
Floods and storms. What is Europe doing? What consequences for our portfolio?
09 October 2021
10:00 - 12:00
Conference-debate organised by the Movement of Citizens for Change (MCC) as part of the conference on the future of Europe. The purpose of this conference will be to discuss the measures of the Green Pact for Europe, the aim of which is to combat climate change that could lead to more and more floods and storms. It is also a question of the cost of these measures to the citizen. This online conference will be accessible via Zoom for MCC guests and facilitators and posted online on the CMC’s Facebook page.
How to light the green light towards sustainability?
06 May 2021
16:00 - 17:00
Europe Direct Utena, library volunteer Lea Šapolaitė and Utena Youth Information Centre are organising a youth debate on “How to light the green light towards sustainability?” for Europe Day and the European Green Deal. Young people will discuss the positive and negative aspects of distance learning and work from an ecosystem perspective. The pandemic hit the public and damaged people’s normal lives. One of the biggest challenges faced by the education system was: both teachers, students and parents had to quickly reorient from a conventional learning system to a remote one. Questions will be raised not only on work performance, skills, physical and mental health, but also on the use of electricity, whether consumption patterns, mobility, mobility, consumption of natural resources have changed.
Café-Debate on the socio-ecological transition in Poitiers
23 September 2021
18:30 - 20:00
AFEV, the Federative Association of Poitevin Students, is organising a debate at the Centre Info Jeunes Nouvelle-Aquitaine/Europe Direct Poitiers Vienne/Deux-Sèvres, on two themes included in the socio-ecological transition: mobility and housing. Young people and students are invited to give their views on both issues, exchange experiences and propose recommendations on measures to ensure future access to decent housing and sustainable transport.
Serbia’s environmental action plan for EU accession and possibilities for support from Hungary
20 December 2021
14:00 - 15:30
Mapping the itinerary for Serbia’s EU accession policy concerning environmental issues in line with COM’s Fit for 55 agenda. The conference aims at discussing actions taken, issues that still need to be tackled and the possible support from MS (namely HU) to facilitate accession negotiations. Also, it is an effort to include Serbia into the Future of Europe agenda.
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