EU Green Deal
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has presented an agenda against climate change with the European Green Deal. The aim is for Europe to work together to provide sustainable food and biodiversity and become climate-neutral by 2050. We therefore ask at this year’s World Food Convention: WHAT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE FUTURE DOES THE EU GREEN DEAL OFFER LEADERS, POLICYMAKERS AND SOCIETY? Background information and contributions to the European Green Deal can be found here.
The live panel discussion will take place on 25 June from 4.00 pm CEST (UTC+2). Registered participants will have the opportunity to ask their questions live after the panel discussion
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