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Climate Change - Treaty Change? Solutions for the EU post COP 21

28.09.2016 - 15:00
- 28.09.2016 - 18:00
Last Updated: 02.12.2016 - 12:35
JAN 6Q2, European Parliament, Brussels

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Wednesday
15:00
Welcome
Welcome by Elisabeth Köstinger MEP, EPP Group Vice-Coordinator in the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety of the European Parliament (EP)
Speakers
Elisabeth KÖSTINGER, EPP Group Vice-Coordinator in the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety of the EP
15:10
Key speeches
Speakers
Marie DONNELLY, Director - Renewables, Research and Innovation, Energy Efficiency, European Commission, DG Energy
Andrä RUPPRECHTER, Austrian Minister for Environment, Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management
15.35
Panel I: Setting the framework for an ambitious renewable climate policy post COP 21
Chaired by Elisabeth Köstinger MEP
Speakers
Milan ELKERBOUT, Researcher, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Belgium
Anders STOUGE, Deputy General Director, Danish Energy Association, Denmark
Christine LINS, Executive Secretary, REN21, France
16.05
Questions & Answers
16.40
Panel II: Innovative Ideas for implementing a renewable climate policy
Chaired by Bendt Bendtsen MEP
Speakers
Juan José FEBLES ACOSTA, Advisor, European Fund for Strategic Investments – EFSI EIB, Luxembourg
Michel MATHEU, Head of EU strategy, EDF European Affairs, France
Dr Mikael KARLSSON, President, European Environmental Bureau, Sweden
17.10
Questions & Answers
17.40
Closing remarks by Elisabeth Köstinger

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