You can find future and past events of the Green Policy Center below
Budapest Climate Summit is taking place from 7-8 October 2021 in Budapest, Hungary bringing together the climate and sustainability stakeholders from and beyond Central and Eastern Europe to network in person.
As an unparalleled regional forum, Budapest Climate Summit will provide a comprehensive overview of the complex issue of green transition demonstrating the sustainability efforts and ambitions of major corporate actors, policymakers, think tanks and civil society. The topics and speakers of the Summit can be accessed here.
Climate ambition beyond emission numbers: Taking stock of progress by looking inside countries and sectors
We invite you to participate in the event “Climate ambition beyond emission numbers: an inside look from countries and sectors”, organized by IDDRI on September 9th 2pm-4pm CET, where the Green Policy Center has contributed to the description of climate ambition in Hungary!
Loss of water resources affecting agriculture and forestry or the access to quality drinking water; rising temperatures creating favorable conditions for the outbreak of vector-borne diseases and transitional population migration – climate change is already having its negative effects on the Contracting Parties of the Energy Community, and inaction will even have further even harsher consequences on them. The new study of the Green Policy Center gives recommendations how to set up long term strategies to reach a climate neutral future.
We would like to invite you to a momentous online conference on 3rd June 2021 on achieving the 2050 Hungarian climate neutrality target, organized by the Green Policy Center and the Equilibrium Institute!
The CEE Sustainable Finance Summit aims to ignite the discussion about sustainable finance and the opportunities it offers for Central and Eastern Europe between 17-21st May 2021. The event is co-organised by the Green Policy Center.
The online Seminar on 13-14th May 2021 session will discuss the “EU as a Green Leader” in the light of the most recent environmental challenges faced by the EU and the international community.
What does the climate smart foreign policy mean in practice? How Hungary plans to achieve climate neutrality? How the right to an adequate climate is a precondition for other human rights? We are happy to invite you to a webinar to learn more and to discuss these issues with both Finnish and Hungarian experts.
The European Forum for Renewable Energies (EUFORES) organizes a National Parliamentary online workshop on Renewable Energies with Hungarian Energy Experts. The workshop focuses on the Hungarian National Energy and Climate Plan, Green Deal and Recovery Plan for Hungary on 29 October 2020.
As part of the Sustainable Energy Investment Forums initiative (SEIF), the European Commission and the National Bank of Hungary are organising a national roundtable in Hungary to enhance the capacity of and co-operation between public and private stakeholders to develop large-scale investment programmes and financing schemes on 13th October 2020.