Capacity Building Workshop in Romania
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A one-day workshop to discuss different aspects of the EU Climate objectives and targets, how Romania can contribute to these targets, the role of the key sectors transport, agriculture, and buildings/cities, and how to ensure good governance of the national climate and energy plans that Romania has to design and present by the end of 2019. The event will gather experts in different areas of work, such as
DATE: 13 February 2019
LOCATION: Hilton Garden Inn
For any questions, please contact Laura Chirila-Pașca on 0744 650582, firstname.lastname@example.org
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09.00–09.30: Registration, coffee
09.30–09.35: Welcome. Ben Mehedin, ADEPT
09.35–09.50: Brief introductions from participants
09.50–10.05: Context of the project and the role of civil society in climate and energy governance: Agnese Ruggiero/Carbon Market Watch
10.05–10.20: Linking national and European policies: Cristina Mestre/Transport & Environment
10.20–10.40: Presentation of a tool/calculator for evaluation of the effectiveness of Romania’s National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP): Benoit Martin/
10.40–11.00: General comments on Romania’s NECP: Radu Dudău, President, Energy Policy Group
11.00–11.30: Coffee break
11.30–11.50: Comments on Romania’s NECP: Transport sector. Christian Theodorescu, GEC Bucovina.
11.50–12.10: Comments on Romania’s NECP: Buildings sector. Roxana Bucată, environmental journalist
12.10–12.30: Comments on Romania’s NECP: Agriculture sector: Razvan Popa, Fundatia ADEPT.
12.30–12.50: Open discussions
12.50–13.00: Preparation for the working
14.30–16.00: Separate working groups
- Transport: good practices from Energy and Climate perspective. (Mihai Stoica, 2Celsius; Cristina Mestre, Transport & Environment);
- Buildings: good practices from Energy and Climate perspective (Roxana Bucată, environmental journalist; Roland Joebstl, European Environmental Bureau);
- Agriculture: good practices from Energy and Climate perspective (Razvan Popa, Fundatia ADEPT; and Stephan Piskol, European Environmental Bureau)
15.30–16.00: Conclusions of working groups by rapporteurs
16.00–16.30: From 2030 to 2050 Zero-emissions pathways to the Europe we want. Benoit Martin,
16.30-17.00: Open discussion
17.00–17.10: Closing remarks: Ben Mehedin, Fundatia ADEPT