Event update 13.03.2020
Due to the on-going situation with coronavirus/COVID-19, we have decided to cancel our event “European Green Deal: Setting the Course for Sustainable Maritime Industry”. At the moment, many authorities advise against traveling and organising public events, and because it is uncertain to which direction the situation will develop, we think the responsible option is to cancel the event for now.
We are currently looking into the possibility of rescheduling the event for autumn 2020. Information about the rescheduling will be updated on our website.
In December 2019, European Commission published the European Green Deal – an ambitious growth strategy which sets out a plan for an economy-wide transition which will enable Europe to achieve climate neutrality by the year 2050. Among other measures, the Green Deal strives to increase the EU’s greenhouse gas emission reductions target for the year 2030 and to introduce more stringent air quality standards. Transportation sector, which accounts for a quarter of the EU’s total greenhouse gas emissions, is expected to achieve a 90% reduction in transport emissions by the year 2050.
To learn more about the European Green Deal’s implications for the maritime industry, ECOPRODIGI invites interested stakeholders to take part in the European Green Deal: Setting the Course for Sustainable Maritime Industry seminar which is organised in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, the 5th of May.
The seminar addresses topics such as:
- The European Green Deal – implications for maritime industry
- The role of digital tools and solutions in increasing eco-efficiency in vessel performance, cargo stowage and shipyard processes
- Policy measures needed to support prosperous and sustainable development in maritime industry
The seminar features thought-provoking speakers from both the industry and the policy side of the field, including keynote speeches from
Jutta Paulus – Member of the European Parliament & ENVI-committee’s rapporteur for the revision of the MRV file of CO₂ emissions from maritime transport
Benoît Loicq – Environment & Technical Director, SEA Europe
Peter Crawley – Research Policy Officer, Waterborne Transport, DG RTD at the European Commission
A more detailed agenda can be downloaded here. (please note that changes are possible and agenda will be updated accordingly)
Participation in the seminar is free of charge. Due to limited number of seats, registration is mandatory so please fill in the registration form at the end of this page.
For more information about the seminar, please contact communications manager Emilia Tuominen, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +358 (0)40 509 6444
The European Green Deal: Setting the Course for Sustainable Maritime Industry (download agenda here)
Mission of Norway to the EU, Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tuesday, 5 May, 09.00 – 13.30 (lunch included)
For promotional and communication purposes, some photographs will be taken during this event. If you prefer not to be captured in photos as part of the seminar audience, please contact the organisers.