#Sustainability #Recovery #EnergyTransition #Agriculture #Investment #Innovation
➤Post-Covid Economy: What Does the “New Normal” Look Like?
➤ Fiscal Transparency and Global Taxation: Overly Ambitious or Achievable?
➤Which Energy Mix for a Successful Clean Transition?
➤Developing Europe’s Hydrogen Market
➤Is the Transport Industry Green Deal-Compatible?
➤Clean Tech Investment in Europe: The Role of Entrepreneurship Innovation in Achieving Net-Zero Emissions
➤Financing a Sustainable and Innovative Europe: How to Attract Investments?
➤Beyond the Green Deal’s Net-Zero Objectives: Can We still Avoid Sea-Level Rise?
Rebooting the European economy is the number one priority within the European Union. A strong economy is necessary in order to develop the EU’s resilience and tackle the challenges ahead. Not only is short-term recovery essential, but long-term strategies are also to be put in place to ensure that the EU achieves its ambitious climate objectives, remains a leading actor worldwide but also builds an inclusive economy that works for its citizens and consumers. In this light, several overarching priorities including financing the research and development of innovation will be key to implementing the Green Deal, in the energy and the agriculture sector – among others – while leaving no one behind.