The role of vocational education and training on shaping the future of Europe (27 February 2019, Brussels, Belgium)
This event is aimed at supporting the debate on the future of vocational education and training. The event is co-organised by MEP Anne Sander and the European centre for the development of vocational training (Cedefop), that will present its research and its set of ‘scenarios 2035’, illustrating the choices faced by policymakers and stakeholders in the years ahead.
To participate, please visit the webpage of the EP. You can find the agenda here.
Strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction (28 February 2019, Brussels, Belgium)
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) organises this public hearing for presenting some sectoral and civil society examples in the path to a carbon-neutral Europe by 2050. The meeting will be a great occasion to exchange views and opinions among different stakeholders and institutions.
You can find more information on the EESC website. To register, please click here.
CSR Europe Webinar on the Reflection Paper “Towards a Sustainable Future by 2030” (28 February 2019, Brussels, Belgium)
The European Commission has finally released, last 30th January, its Reflection Paper “Towards a Sustainable Future by 2030”. Please find here the press release, the Reflection Paper, and the related documents. CSR Europe will organise a webinar to share with its members its input and analysis on the document, to which we have contributed through the Multi-Stakeholder Platform on the SDGs.
If you want to register, please send an email to Ilaria La Torre (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday 25th February EOB.
Adapting to Climate Change: are our solutions working? (20 February 2019, Brussels, Belgium)
Climate change and its impact on society and ecosystems is a global challenge, and the White Rose Universities of Leeds, Sheffield, and York aim to provide effective policy and solutions to these problems.This conference, organised in collaboration with these universities, wants to make a point in the current framework related to climate change issue inside and outside of the European Union.
You can find more details on this webpage.
Please register here.
World Sustainable Energy Days 2019 (27 February - 1 March 2019, Wels, Austria)
Energy efficiency and renewable energy are at the core of Europe’s commitment to a clean energy transition that serves the needs of citizens, economic development and the environment. Achieving a smart, socially fair and sustainable energy system requires strong policies, competitive businesses, and technology innovation.
The World Sustainable Energy Days connect people and empower them to embrace the necessary change.
Event details and registration procedures can be found here.