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Integrating science into the EU Green Deal

30 September 2020 15:00 – 17:00

The European Green Deal is a roadmap for turning climate and environmental challenges into opportunities to make the EU’s economy sustainable. The Green Deal sets ambitious targets, including reaching climate neutrality in Europe by 2050; addressing the drivers of biodiversity loss in Europe; restoring degraded ecosystems; and adopting a zero-pollution action plan for air, water and soils. Achieving these bold targets is likely to require scientific expertise from many different geoscience areas, including atmospheric, hydrological, oceanic and soil system sciences.

To outline how science can be integrated into the Green Deal, the European Parliament (EP) Intergroup on 'Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development' in close collaboration with EGU, is hosting a virtual event entitled ‘Integrating science into the Green Deal’. This virtual event, to be hosted by MEP Norbert Lins, will bring geoscientists and policy-makers together to discuss how the geosciences can most effectively support the EU Green Deal and ensure that its ambitious biodiversity and zero-pollution targets are reached.

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