The European Union is often depicted as being at the vanguard of sustainable development in the world: what were the impetus leading the EU to actively tackle issues such as sustainable development and the energy transition? What roadmap was therefore adopted and what policies are consequently developed by and in the EU? How does Europe intend to keep these subjects at the heart of international negotiations? Are its means and results matching its ambitions in the matter? We will address these issues together with Geneviève Pons, Thomas Pellerin-Carlin and Emilie Magdalinski in the morning of this 8th session.
- 09:00 – Introduction by Enrico Letta
Founder of the Scuola di Politiche and the Académie Notre Europe, President of the Jacques Delors Institute
- 10:00 – The EU and the sustainable development issue
Symposium by Geneviève Pons, Director of the Jacques Delors Institute in Brussels
- 11:30 – Coffee break
- 11:45 – Europe of energy
Seminar by Emilie Magdalinski and Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, Research Fellows at the Jacques Delors Institute in charge of European energy questions and policies
The afternoon will be dedicated to the climax of the “Erasmus of Politics” programme that has been launched this year with the Scuola di Politiche. It will be time to discover the political proposals for the future of the EU drafted by Franco-Italian groups in various areas of European politics, and to think together about the echo such recommandations can find with stakeholders and policy-makers, particularly in the framework of the citizens consultations.
- 14:00 – Presentation of the Franco-Italian proposals for the future of Europe
Think tank lab with Gaëtane Ricard-Nihoul, Deputy Secretary General of the French Secretariat in charge of the European Citizen Consultations