#EUCircularTalks: Switching to the circular economy to tackle carbon emissions
28 Jun 2022, 11:00-12:30
The IPCC’s recent report outlined how rapidly the world is heating up due to human activity and the role that our carbon dioxide emissions are playing in that rise. Paris Agreement-aligned targets require emissions to be cut by half by 2030 and to reach net zero by 2050. During the UN high-level meeting Stockholm +50, governments from around the world are meeting to commemorate the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Environment and celebrate 50 years of global environmental action.
This talk is an associated event of Stockholm +50 and World Environment Day (WED). It will discuss the EU's role in reducing carbon emissions and discuss the policy and legislative changes needed in order to do so.
Moderator: Cassandra Julin, Head of Global PR and Communication at Normative
Member of the European Economic and Social Committee (TBC)
Member of the European Parliament (TBC)
Alexander Schmidt, Head of Science and Climate Research at Normative on net zero and the journey - policy and legislation affecting businesses in Europe
Jesus-Maria Alquezar-Sabadie, Socio-Economic Analyst at European Commission on EU circular economy policies and legislation affecting carbon emission accounting
Representative from Sweden (TBC)
1.5°C Supply Chain Leader (TBC)
Charles Göbbels, Managing Director at Reprocover
Additional interventions & panel discussion
Julia Breidenstein, Co-Founder and PR Manager at HUMANA Kleidersammlung GmbH
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