The EU Green Deal Policy Framework – Opportunities and Implications for Business in Hong Kong
In late 2019 the European Union issued its first declaration on a new overarching policy framework for all its member countries – the Green Deal. The Green Deal has the potential to reshape both EU and also global policy and to reset our current development paths onto more sustainable trajectories. However, more than a policy, the Green Deal aims to be a vision of a better future and could prove a blueprint for anyone looking to adopt long-term planning to combat the environmental and social pressures that threaten to derail future prosperity and quality of life in our societies.
EuroCham’s Environment and Energy Business Council (EEBC) warmly welcomes you to join us in this first in a series of webinars and events that will aim to dig down into the different aspects of the EU Green Deal. This first webinar will have a look at the overall policy framework followed by a moderated Q&A session open to your questions.
The next webinar will be held in a few weeks and focus on the financial aspects of the Green Deal.
Ms. Sébastien Paquot
Head of Section, Counselor Climate and Environment, EU Delegation to China
Ms. Eva Valle Lagares
First Counsellor, Head of the Trade Section at the European Union Office to Hong Kong and Macao
Mr. Alexander Mastrovito, Vice-Chair, EuroCham Environment and Energy Business Council