2019 is a big year for the EU. Not only will European citizens be voting in May to renew the European Parliament, a new president of the European Commission and a new Commission will come into power early November and a new president of the European Council and of the European Central Bank will be appointed. Busy times!
But outside the Brussels Bubble, things are moving fast, especially when it comes to sustainable and the health of our planet.
So what about Europe? This year represents new opportunities and beginnings but where should Eurocrats start to consolidate and increase EU's leadership on sustainability issues? Drawing from a set of experts interventions at the latest High level conference on Sustainable Europe by 2030 and some personal thoughts, here are 5 areas of recommendations:Read More