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Capacity building workshops for effective policy implementation under the Effort Sharing Regulation

EVENTS
Event date
Location
Bucharest
STRIA Roadmaps
Transport sectors
Passenger transport,
Freight transport

Overview

The workshop organised by the European Commission, Directorate-General Climate Action to support Member States with the design and implementation of national greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction policies and measures. This workshop is part of a project led by Ricardo Energy & Environment to support Member States to facilitate implementation of the Effort Sharing Regulation and achieving their 2030 national emission reduction targets.

The aim of the workshop is to share practical experiences in the implementation of effective GHG emission reduction policies. The workshop will focus on policies in the transport and agriculture sectors. The transport session will include practical policy examples from Malta and Romania, and examples from policies at both national and local level.  The agriculture session will cover policies and practices from Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria including case studies such as biogas. 

An important element of the workshop is an interactive “case clinic” session where delegates work together to discuss, and help solve, specific challenges associated with climate policy implementation in their countries. Please note that presentations will be in English with no translation facilities.

The workshop is free to attend and will take place in 15th October 2019 at the European Commission’s office in Bucharest, at 31 Vasile Lascar Street, 020492 Bucharest, Romania. The workshop will start at 09:00 and close at 17:00. 

Online registration for this workshop is currently open until 8th October 2019. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please feel free to contact me by telephone +44 1235 753291 or email jemma.howland@ricardo.com  You can also contact Jürgen Salay(Jurgen.SALAY@ec.europa.eu) at European Commission, Directorate-General for Climate Action if you wish to know more about the project.