Second Think2030 conference: Harnessing the European Green Deal to address the climate crisis
The second Think2030 conference is taking place online on 16 and 17 November.
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has instigated massive societal and economic disruptions, pressing policymakers and experts to think broadly, act quickly and remain adaptive.
Now, more than ever, there is a widespread need for rapid knowledge sharing and the development of effective policy responses in this new and changing context.
In the context of the acute crisis posed by the pandemic, the second Think2030 conference will focus on the European Green Deal, and the related developments in EU policy and their potential contributions to address climate change.
The conference will create a much-needed space for a science-, policy- and action-oriented discussion of climate-related policy issues that bridges disciplines, sectors and thematic siloes.
The conference will bring together leading experts from across Europe to exchange their ideas on what we can do now and in the coming years to secure our shared future.
For more information, including agenda and speakers, visit the 2020 conference site.
What is Think2030?
Launched by IEEP and its partners in 2018, Think2030 is an evidence-based, non-partisan platform of leading policy experts from European think tanks, civil society, the private sector and local authorities. By focusing on producing relevant, timely and concrete policy recommendations, Think2030’s key objective is to identify science-policy solutions for a more sustainable Europe.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are taking this year’s high-level Think2030 conference virtual as an online idea lab.