Europe’s green moment: How to meet the climate challenge

How can decision-makers mobilise creative coalitions and integrate the European Green Deal into EU foreign policy to deliver on the deal?

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Guests

  • Jytte Guteland, Lead Climate Negotiator, European Parliament
  • Edwin Bendyk, President of the Board, Stefan Batory Foundation
  • Joan Groizard Payeras, Director General of the IDAE, Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, Spain

Chaired by

Susi Dennison, Senior Fellow and Director Europen Power programme, ECFR

Europeans are divided over a range of issues in the European Green Deal, including the controversial carbon border adjustment mechanism and the future role of nuclear energy. How can decision-makers mobilise creative coalitions and integrate the European Green Deal into EU foreign policy to deliver on the deal?

ECFR’s new report ‘Europe’s green moment: How to meet the climate challenge‘, launched ahead of Earth Day, maps out the national politics of the European Green Deal using insights from public opinion polling in nine EU countries and expert surveys from 27 member states.

Join us ahead of US President Biden’s climate summit to discuss the politics and geopolitics of the European Green Deal – taking stock of how policymakers can make this Europe’s green moment.