EPSC

Sustainable Europe 2030

From Goals to Delivery
Charlemagne Building, Brussels
8 April 2019
 

About the Conference

Delivering on sustainable development is about more than ticking the boxes of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Taking the EU and the world on a sustainable path requires a change of perspective, turning risks into opportunities, and rethinking some of the key systems that underpin the way we live and work.

Where does Europe stand and what are the key challenges and paradoxes it faces? What are best practices and areas for improvement? Which policies and initiatives are already delivering and where is further action required to implement a shift to a more sustainable socio-economic model?

The Conference will take place on Monday, 8 April 2019, from 09h00 to 17h00, in the Charlemagne Building, 170, rue de la Loi, Brussels. It follows the publication of the recent European Commission Reflection Paper ‘Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030’, and will gather leading experts from around the world to discuss how to best translate the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals at European level.

 

Speakers


Naomi
MacKenzie

Co-Founder,
Kitro

László
Borbély

State Counsellor to the Romanian Prime Minister
 

Sabine
Oberhuber

Co-Founder,
Turntoo

Peter
Schelstraete

Founder and CEO,
Ubuntoo

Programme and other information


You can register for the conference via this registration link (open until 1 April 2019).

 

For media inquiries and any questions, please contact EPSC-SUSTAINABLE-EU2030@ec.europa.eu.

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