A vision for delivering the European Green Deal in the new EU policy cycle 

AUTHORS: Irene Chiocchetti, Mattia Bonfanti (Article first published for the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung) With the European elections just around the corner and the subsequent appointment of a new European Commission, the next phase of the European transition to climate neutrality is about to begin. This article touches upon some key topics and challenges that lie ahead in the […]

Share your views on the Green Deal Barometer progresses in our annual survey

After three successful editions, we are now working on the fourth edition of the European Green Deal Barometer together with our partners. The Barometer is IEEP’s annual publication, gathering the views of sustainability experts on the developments and progress of the Green Deal. The survey is open until mid-February.  

European sustainability experts discuss climate challenges in Madrid 

Political leaders and representatives from the fields of politics, business, civil society, and research discussed key sustainability issues at stake for EU policy ahead of next year’s European elections.  The Think2030 Dialogue – Spain brought together a large pan-European community in Madrid on 16 November during the event co-organised by the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), the […]

Think2030 Dialogue Spain – Session focus

The Equinox Summit, convened by the Belgian Climate Minister and State Secretary for Research in March 2023, highlighted the fundamental roles of science in informing actions to address the causes and consequences of climate change.

Think2030 Dialogue Spain – Session focus

Spain, the first country to have a Just Transition Strategy, has focused its policies on offering an alternative to workers and territories that depended on mining and coal plants. These policies led by the Just Transition Institute have created an innovative framework.

Think2030 Dialogue Spain – Session focus

Two key priorities of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the EU are to re-industrialise the EU and foster an ‘open strategic autonomy’ as well as to advance the green transition and enable environmental adaptation.