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A debate by The Club of Rome, Open Society Foundation, Systemiq and Stefan Batory Foundation about “International System Change Compass. The Global Implications of Achieving the European Green Deal” report laying out the systems change needed for a globally just and sustainable European Green Deal.
Europe cannot be a green island in a dirty world. We live on an interconnected planet and if the European Green Deal is to succeed, the EU must be a “driving force” in developing sustainable economic systems and societal wellbeing both at home and across the globe.
Join the discussion at the Polish launch of “The International System Change Compass – The Global Implications of Achieving the European Green Deal”, which lays out a roadmap for the systems change needed for a globally just & sustainable in Europe and across the world. The report provides key principles and policy recommendations for Europe to build new resilient relationships with global partners for a net-zero and green transition.
Online and in-person:
20 January 2023 15:00-17:00 CET
Stefan Batory Foundation
ul. Sapieżyńska 10a
Keynote speaker: Marcin Korolec (Director of the Institute of Green Economy former Polish Minister of Environment).
Host and moderator: Edwin Bendyk, Chair of the Board, Stefan Batory Foundation.
“The International System Change Compass: The Global Implications of Achieving the European Green Deal” report is co-authored by SYSTEMIQ, The Club of Rome, and the Open Society European Policy Institute. It was collaboratively written by Matthias Ballweg, Donald Blondin, Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Heather Grabbe, Bertram Kloss, Julia Okatz, Janez Potočnik, Maria Jose Rodezno Ayestas, Anna Schwarzmann, Frauke Thies, Isabella Wedl, and Laura van der Zande. It builds on the analysis first presented in the System Change Compass from 2020 co-written by The Club of Rome and SYSTEMIQ.