Science-policy solutions for a more sustainable Europe

Think2030 Dialogue Sweden

Navigating crisis through sustainability

20 April 2023, Stockholm
Event co-organised by SEI, IEEP, MISTRA, FORMAS and SIEPS

About the Think2030 Dialogue Sweden

The Think2030 Dialogue Sweden will gather decision-makers and analysts from policy, business and research across Europe to debate the key sustainability issues at stake for EU policy.

This Think2030 Dialogue takes place in the framework of the activities of the Think2030 platform, created by the Institute for European Environmental Policy in 2018 to provide science-policy solutions for a more sustainable Europe. This event is a follow-up to the latest Think2030 biannual conference that took place in Paris in 2022.

The event will be held in Stockholm on 20 April, in direct connection with the informal meeting of EU environment ministers. This provides a unique opportunity to gather high-level representatives from EU member states to reflect on the outcome of the informal ministerial meeting and focus on the EU’s sustainability goals achieving the common vision described in the European Green Deal.

4 briefs
including policy recommendations on each session following the event

150 policy experts
from European think tanks, civil society organisations, academia and private sector

1 goal
a climate-neutral and sustainable planet for all in line with the European Green Deal

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4 briefs
including policy recommendations on each session following the event

150 policy experts
from European think tanks, civil society organisations, academia and private sector

1 goal
a climate-neutral and sustainable planet for all in line with the European Green Deal

KEY TOPICS IN 2023

The overarching theme of the 2023 Think2030 Dialogue is the role of the EU in securing future sustainability and resilience within Europe and abroad. The Think2030 Dialogue  will include high-level policy debates and science and policy sessions focusing on four key thematic issues.

The sessions will address sustainability issues against the backdrop of broader issues facing the EU, including security and geopolitics, innovation and competitiveness, and social inclusion in the transition. It will focus on emerging priorities and work of the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU, but also the next Trio Presidency, beginning with Spain as the next Presidency.

Read the post-event briefings here.

Energy transition and the cost of living: The right balance between short-term fixes and long-term solutions to the energy crisis

Climate security and trade in times of multiple crises

Innovation and industry transition: Towards a green industrial strategy

European Green Deal 2024 and beyond: Which vision and priorities for the EGD 2.0?

REWATCH THE EVENT

You can rewatch the opening panel and the high-level policy debate below: 

Contact us

SEI

Maria Cole
maria.cole@sei.org

Olesia Polishchuk
olesia.polishchuk@sei.org

Ulrika Lamberth (Press)
ulrika.lamberth@sei.org

IEEP

Mattia Bonfanti
mbonfanti@ieep.eu

Carla Coppola (Press)
ccoppola@ieep.eu

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