The “European Green Deal” growth strategy of the European Commission encompasses all relevant sectors of the economy, which it aims to transform through a series of ambitious reforms. The Green Deal can be seen as a comprehensive roadmap aimed at making Europe the first climate-neutral continent by reducing greenhouse gas emissions for 50 % to 55 % by 2030 and zero net emissions by 2050.
Transport currently accounts for a quarter of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. The European Green Deal aims to reduce these emissions by 90 % by 2050. Moving towards more sustainable transport means providing innovative, affordable, cleaner, accessible, and healthier alternatives.
Urban areas are the most vulnerable environment. Achieving the Green Deal targets will require a combination of different measures, including clean vehicles, alternative fuels, improvement of public transport, integrated traffic management systems, digitalization of transport, etc.
More information are available on the official website of the event
Stakeholders’ workshops are at the core of the conference. Each workshop lasts 1 hour.
Workshop organisers design and manage their own workshop.
For EMD 2022 we are planning to select 20 high-quality workshops (5 slots with 4 workshops running in parallel).
We require that workshops have a maximum of 4 presenters and provide a minimum of 30 minutes discussion time. Workshop organisers shall apply under one of the several possible themes
The first call for project proposals is open
from 15 November until 23 February 2022
With an indicative budget of 72 million EUR from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), our first call addresses public and private organisations across central Europe. We invite you to work together and jointly solve common challenges that know no borders – to ultimately reach our programme vision.
“Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE envisions a united central Europe
that cooperates to become smarter, greener and better connected together.
Based on shared needs and a common identity, the programme
aims for a trustful culture of cooperation beyond borders.”
The European Maritime Day (EMD) is the annual two-day event during which Europe’s maritime community meet to network, discuss and outline joint action on maritime affairs and sustainable blue economy.
EMD is the place where ‘Ocean Leaders Meet’. It provides an engaging and complete interactive experience to catch up on the current state of play on a broad range of issues concerning the blue economy and the marine environment and discuss ways of moving forward. It features a large number of excellent speakers, thematic sessions, stakeholder workshops and project pitch sessions organised by stakeholders and the European Commission as well as hundreds of B2B meeting opportunities. EMD targets professionals from businesses, governments, public institutions, NGOs and academia.
The 2022 edition of European Maritime Day will take place in Ravenna, Italy, on 19-20 May. It will be co-organised by the European Commission, the City of Ravenna and the Region of Emilia-Romagna.
Connecting Europe Days – formerly known as TEN-T Days – will bring together politicians, industry representatives and the European Commission to discuss transport and mobility, and their role in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the European Green DealSearch for available translations of the preceding link and the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy.Search for available translations of the preceding link Participants will see state-of-the art innovations first-hand at an exhibition of EU-funded projects, demonstrations of alternative mobility vehicles and automated transport.
And as 2022 is the European Year of YouthSearch for available translations of the preceding link, the Connecting Europe Days will have a specific focus on young voices and views. The event is being organised together with the French Presidency of the Council of the EU.
OPEN ENLoCC is glad to inform that the next General Assembly will take place in a physical format on the 21st and 22nd September in Brussels.
The Assembly is structured in two parts:
- the first one which will take place on the 21st, is dedicated to the Members only.
- the second part is restricted to Members and invited guests, in order to discuss future collaborations and technical activities.
Please use one registration for each participant.
Venue of the meeting, Restaurant and hotels
The meeting will take place at the premises of the delegation to the EU of the Emilia-Romagna Region.
The address is Rue Montoyer, 21.
The meeting will take place at the ground floor.