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EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Priorities and Outlook

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10. July 2024    
11:00 - 12:30

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EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

Bookings

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Priorities and Outlook

When

10. July 2024    
11:00 - 12:30

Bookings

Bookings closed

Where

#

Event Type

EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

Bookings

The event is fully booked.

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Priorities and Outlook

When

10. July 2024    
11:00 - 12:30

Bookings

Bookings closed

Where

#

Event Type

EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

Bookings

The event is fully booked.

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Priorities and Outlook

When

10. July 2024    
11:00 - 12:30

Bookings

Bookings closed

Where

#

Event Type

EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

Bookings

The event is fully booked.

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU - Priorities and Outlook

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10. July 2024    
11:00 - 12:30

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EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

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The event is fully booked.

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Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

This event will examine the priorities and expected developments during the Hungarian EU Council Presidency in the context of European climate policy. Key topics include the status of the European Green Deal and the Fit for 55 package. Our speakers will provide an overview of possible policy objectives and their implications for Member States.

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10 July 2024

EUKI Academy Web Seminar: The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the EU – Priorities and Outlook

11 am – 12:30 pm CET

As Hungary assumes the EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2024, this event will delve into the expected priorities and developments in European climate and energy policies under its leadership. Our distinguished speakers will explore the implications for Member States, focusing on critical areas such as the European Green Deal, the Fit for 55 package, and Hungary’s approach to climate sustainability. This seminar promises to touch on the role of political priorities like the competitiveness of Europe, technology, energy grids and the 2040 climate targets.

Agenda

The agenda includes an opening welcome by Elsa Benhöfer, EUKI Academy Coordinator, who will set the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will outline expectations for the new EU institutions and the Hungarian presidency. Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy at CNCD-11.11.11, will review the Belgian Presidency’s outcomes and upcoming climate and energy transition topics under the Spanish, Belgian, and Hungarian presidencies. Alexa Botár, Climate and Energy Program Director, and István Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ), will delve into the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s priorities, including competitiveness, COP29 issues, the 2040 goals, National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs), and technological solutions, and how to facilitate dialogue with the presidency. Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István. Afterwards will be a Q&A session where participants can share their perspectives and ask questions, followed by closing remarks from the experts on pursuing a joint EU climate policy approach.

This web seminar is hosted by the EUKI Academy, in cooperation with Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and National Society of Conservationists – Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) and their EUKI project “Strengthening Ownership of Climate Policy in Central and Eastern Europe“.

 

Looking at the context of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency

Joe Inwood, EU Elections Campaign Officer at CAN Europe, will present expectations towards the agenda of the new EU institutions and outline the task of the Hungarian presidency in this context. He will also share CAN Europe’s perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian EU Council Presidency and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

Nicolas Van Nuffel, Head of Advocacy, CNCD-11.11.11, will share his perspectives on the outcomes of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, and explain what topics regarding climate action and energy transition can be expected to be continued within the third presidency of the trio – Spain, Belgium and Hungary.

What do the priorities of the Hungarian Council Presidency imply for climate related topics? 

Alexa Botár, Climate and energy program director and Istvan Farkas, Co-President at Friends of the Earth Hungary (MTVSZ) will dive deeper into the respective topics of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency. They will analyse implications for Hungarian climate action next to broader EU topics, such as competitiveness, COP29 issues, addressing the 2040 goals with the EU Council, forthcoming of NECPs and solutions on technology. This includes the question how a dialogue with the Hungarian EU Council Presidency can best be facilitated.

Isobel Findlay, Deputy Head of Unit A1 – Strategic Coordination, Legal and Institutional, DG Climate Action, will share her perspective on the topics and arguments raised by Alexa and István, leading into a Q&A session with the audience.

The event will conclude with a discussion on the necessary steps for a cohesive approach to EU climate policy. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with experts and gain a deeper understanding of the Hungarian EU Council Presidency’s impact on climate action.

For more information, please contact academy@euki.de

The registration is closed. Those who registered will receive a confirmation mail, please also check your spam folder. The link to the event will be send to you on the day before the web seminar.

Event registration

The event is fully booked.