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INVITATION - What next for Europe in driving Green Growth? - 15 Oct. - 12:00-14:30

INVITATION - What next for Europe in driving Green Growth? - 15 Oct. - 12:00-14:30
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EurActiv Institute is looking forward to seeing you at our next stakeholder workshop

What next for Europe in driving Green Growth?

15 October 2015 | 12:00 – 14:30

EurActiv Network Office | 1 Bd. Charlemagne, 1041 Brussels
Green Growth has become a key response to climate change, increasing population and the use of natural resources. The travel and tourism sector – “Travelism” – can play a strategic role. The sector contributes to job creation, GDP and trade; but how should we manage its impact in terms of carbon emissions, resource usage and intensive people movement?
Invited contributors:  
  • Philip OWEN, Head of Unit Transport and Ozone, DG CLIMA
  • Michael O'BRIAIN, Deputy Head of Unit Nature, DG ENVIRONMENT
  • Davor ŠKRLEC, MEP
  • Maria GRAPINI, MEP [tbc]
  • Geoffrey LIPMAN, Director,
  • Tom Goldberg MBE, Chair, SUN ARK
  • How can “Travelism” be transformed into a driver of sustainable development and green growth?
  • What real changes are needed to reduce Carbon emissions and what is the role of Europe in driving these changes on a global context?
  • How can we bring developing communities and green growth together?
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Best regards,
Irene Marchi
Strategic Projects Assistant
+32 (0)2 226 5823
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