How would a (partially) Green government affect German foreign policy?
Climate & Geopolitics
Partnership no longer sufficiently reflects the reality of the EU’s interaction with China in tackling climate change. Instead, Europe and China are increasingly competing across the entirety of the relationship. This will include climate policy.
This event will be in Bulgarian but simultaneous translation into English will be provided
Member states are not divided into two diametrically opposed camps. This makes the implementation of the European Green Deal an intricate puzzle – yet achievable.
How can decision-makers mobilise creative coalitions and integrate the European Green Deal into EU foreign policy to deliver on the deal?
The policy brief “Promoting European strategic sovereignty in Asia” by Janka Oertel and Andrew Small will serve to kick off the discussion, which will be held in English, under Chatham House rules
Софийският офис на ЕСВП организира кръгла маса, посветена на социално-икономическите възможности, които се откриват пред България чрез механизмите на Европейската зелена сделка. Проследете дискусията на…
What are the geopolitical repercussions of the European Green Deal?
The EU should become a global standard-setter for the energy transition, and prepare to manage the profound geopolitical repercussions of the Green Deal in its relationships with its neighbourhood
How to manage the geopolitical aspects of the European Green Deal and lead climate change efforts globally
North African countries such as Morocco and Tunisia can help Europe meet its carbon emissions targets and strengthen its position in the face of fierce competition from China