Green Deal for Europe - Green economic recovery after the Corona crisis?
It was supposed to be Europe's „man-on-the-moon moment“: With the Green Deal, Ursula von der Leyen wanted to make Europe the first climate-neutral continent in the world. The ambitious package of different measures is intended to bring about sustainable ecological change even after the corona crisis and to make the reconstruction of the European economy environmentally sound - a project of the century that is met with scepticism not only in some Member States. So what exactly should the "Green Deal for Europe" look like after the corona crisis?
The Panel discussion is organised by the Europa-Union München, Europäische Akademie Bayern e.V., Café Luitpold München and supported by the Bavarian Research Alliance (BayFOR) as an EUSEW Energy Day in Munich.
Lukas Köhler, Member of the German Bundestag
Florian Siekmann, Member of the Bavarian Parliament
Andreas Blume, Bavarian Research Alliance (BayFOR)
Pamina Oestreicher, Europäische Akademie Bayern e.V.