Sustainable Europe 2030. From Goals to Delivery (8 April, Brussels)
After the release of the Reflection Paper “Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030”, the European Union need to foster an implementation strategy that would put its vision in practice.
The conference, organised by the European Political Strategy Centre, will touch upon this issue, gathering leading experts from around the world to discuss how to best translate the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals at European level. During the event, the award ceremony for the First European Sustainability Award will take place.
You can find more information here. Registrations are open.
Regions and Cities Making the SDGs Happen (11 April, Brussels)
This event, organised by the European Committee of the Regions, looks at the role of local authorities on the implementation of the SDGs in the European territory.
It will be the occasion for the presentation of o surveys carried out by CoR-OECD and by CEMR-PLATFORMA to map local and regional action on the SDGs. This presentation will be followed by a debate around the Commission's recent Reflection Paper Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030, and by a showcase of subnational achievements on SDGs.
You can consult the agenda here.
Registration is open.
Our forests, our future: Sustainable forest management to address societal challenges (25 - 26 April, Brussels)
This event is organised by the European Commission to analyse and discuss opportunities and challenges for enhancing the contribution of the forest sector to a sustainable Europe.
Indeed, the potential of this sector is high, in facing all the challenges of the current times, running, from combating climate change, to reducing the reliance on fossil fuels and promoting the circular bioeconomy.
You can find more information and the registration link on the Commission website.
Flexible working in the digital age: Is everyone a winner? (13 June, Online)
This webinar organised by Eurofound is aimed at discussing the latest findings on the growing number of ICT-based mobile workers, or workers who are not tied to a particular work location.
In particular, the webinar will address the challenges and the gains in the use of this type of working arrangement, trying to propose solutions on the safeguard of the health and well-being of workers.
You can find more information here.
Registration is open.