Targets and indicators for a meaningful implementation of the European Green Deal
A breakfast briefing to mark the launch of the Think2030 paper ‘Targets and indicators for a meaningful implementation of the European Green Deal’, co-authored by IEEP’s executive director Céline Charveriat and policy analyst Eloïse Bodin.
By setting out a new vision to address environmental, social and economic challenges coherently through the European Green Deal, European leaders are taking steps to a new model of growth, based on sustainability, wellbeing and equity. While the European Green Deal sets a monitoring system with new objectives, further efforts are needed to lay out concrete quantitative targets and governance systems to properly track and enforce the enacted policies.
During this breakfast briefing, the author will be sharing the key findings of the paper and recommendations for policies within the 2030 time horizon and beyond, followed by remarks from high-level guests, including MEO Grace O’Sullivan, and questions from the audience.
Welcome and introduction – moderator María Cortés Puch (SDSN)
Presentation of the paper’s analysis – Céline Charveriat (IEEP)
Reactions from key invitees
Grace O’Sullivan, Member of the European Parliament (Greens/EFA)
Jock Martin, Head of Integrated Assessments for Sustainability (EEA)
Questions from participants
Head of Integrated Assessments for Sustainability (IAS), European Environment Agency
María Cortés PuchSDSN
Vice President of Networks, Sustainable Development Solutions Network
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