Jeudi 01 Février 2024
de 08:30 à 11:00
Global LNG trade flows 1Q 2023
Débats Interventions à l'extérieur
Hors les murs

The Green Deal faces challenges amid worsening geopolitics, regional conflicts, and power politics overshadowing the rules-based system. Free trade exists only on paper, hindered by global restrictions. All sorts of hardships overshadow the Green Deal ambition. If renouncement is not an option in an era of the accelerating consequences of climate change, a strategic repositioning of the Green Deal needs to take place to cope with a brutal world.


This event will be held in English in a hybrid format




8:30-9:00 am: Welcome coffee & breakfast

9:00-9:15 am: Presentation of Ifri's study "How can the Green Deal adapt to a brutal World"

  • Marc-Antoine Eyl-Mazzega, Director, Center for Energy and Climate, Ifri
  • Diana-Paula Gherasim, Reaserch Fellow, Head of European Energy and Climate Policy, Center for Energy and Climate, Ifri
9:15-9:35 am: Keynote speeches
  • Sarah Kuen, Counsellor for Environment and Climate, Permanent Representation of Belgium to the EU
  • Terhi Lehtonen, Coordinator for inter-institutional Relations, Legal & Institutional issues, DG CLIMA 

9:35-10:30 am: Comments and Perspectives

  • Kees Biesheuvel, Senior Technology Manager Sustainability, Dow
  • Alain Taccoen, European Affairs Direction, EDF
  • Gabrielle Gauthey, High Representative of the chairman and chief executive officer to the EU institutions; Senior Vice-President for European Public Affairs, TotalEnergies
  • Guillaume Gillet, Group Public Affairs Vice-President, ENGIE
  • Vincent Thouvenin, Director of European Affairs, RTE
10:30-11:00 am: Q&A