On 15 January 2019, the EU Delegation and the Institute of Climate Change and Sustainable Development of Tsinghua University will jointly host an event to present EU’s long-term climate strategy and also discuss the experience of EU and China in developing long-term strategies.
“Going into 2019 we can see a number of challenges, some of them global, others structural. The former we will have to find shelter from, the latter we will have to address. In both cases the EBRD is here to provide support and assistance.”
Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis’ keynote speech on EU’s sustainable finance initiatives at the Academic Conference on Promoting Sustainable Finance, Brussels, 9 January 2019.
“Over the next three months, the EIB will engage with a wide range of stakeholders, including shareholders, industry associations, civil society and the private sector to develop a new energy lending policy that supports EU 2030 energy policy and climate targets.”
The amendment to the ETS Auctioning Regulation re-listing Germany’s opt-out auction platform entered into force on 5 January.
Sustainable Innovation 2019 will provide a platform to discuss future visions of how sustainability will impact on business models, products, services, technologies, innovation and design in 2030. Sustainable Innovation 2019 will include invited and refereed papers from academics, consultants, entrepreneurs, technology providers, designers, and innovation and sustainability directors. The international conference will create a unique space for learning, networking and thinking. Delegates will come globally from large companies, SMEs and start-ups, as well as academia, government and non-governmental organisations. The conference is supported by an international Advisory Board.