INVITATION | New Challenges in the Implementation of the EU Climate Goals | Czech EUKI Community Conference

We would like to invite you to a Czech EUKI Community Conference. The public panel discussion of the conference will take place on 9th November 2022, 13:00 - 14:15 at the House of the European Union, Jungmannova 745/24, 110 00 Nové Město, Prague, Czechia.

How can the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) advance climate action and support implementing organisations in Czechia to contribute effectively to the EU’s Green Deal? These and more questions will be guiding through the Czech EUKI Community Conference.
German and Czech state and civil society representatives will discuss “New Challenges in the Implementation of the EU Climate Goals”. The exchange will shed light on progress that have been achieved under the Czech Presidency and pressing issues Czechia is dealing with regard to the 'Fit for 55' package.

Please register here.

This event is part of the Czech EUKI Community Conference 2022, organized by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in cooperation with the European Climate Initiative (EUKI). The panel discussion will be held in English and streamed for online viewers.
The Prague European Summit will take place in the following days (November 11 and 12). We would be also glad if you considered attending that event and happy to provide registration details.

Agenda

12:45 - 13:00  | Arrivals
13:00 - 13:10  | Welcome and Opening statements (public / online via webseminar)

  • Pavol Kukučka, Head of Communication and Outreach, European Commission Representation in the Czech Republic
  • Anne Glumm, Head of the Economic Department, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Prague
  • Ulrike Leis, Deputy-Director of European Climate Initiative (EUKI), GIZ

13:10 - 14:00  | Panel Discussion: New Challenges in the Implementation of the EU Climate Goals (public / online via web seminar)
Guiding questions

  • What progress has been achieved under the Czech Presidency in regard to the 'Fit for 55' package so far?
  • What are the most pressing local issues and what should be done in the near to medium term?
  • How can cross-border cooperation support those processes or be further strengthened? 
  • What role do civil society organisations play in these partnerships?

Speakers

  • Audrey Mathieu, Policy Officer at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Lukáš Rečka, Researcher, Charles University Environment Centre
  • Martin Šauer, Policy Officer at the Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic
  • Tomáš Petříček, Director, Progressive Analytical Centre, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

Moderator: Réka Sulyok, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

14:00 - 14:15  | Q&A

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Kristína Chlebáková
Project Manager