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ECIPE Webinar: What’s next for sustainability – How can future trade policies promote sustainable agriculture and food production?

November 10 2020
Venue: ZOOM Webinar
Speakers: Claire Bur, Mladen Jakopovic, Ulrich Weigl
Time: 10:00

What are the likely scenarios and next steps for trade policy and sustainability, and what are their likely impacts for business in Europe?

ECIPE cordially invites you to join a discussion on the likely scenarios and next steps regarding trade policy and sustainability.

In the context of the ongoing review of the EU’s trade policy as well as the related public consultation, we would like to discuss how future trade policies can promote sustainable agriculture and food production. The discussion will also focus on their likely impacts for business in Europe and how the results of the US election might play a role.

The discussion will be informed by a recent study that ECIPE published on the topic of trade and sustainability: The Role of Trade Policy in Promoting Sustainable Agriculture.

– What are the likely scenarios and next steps for trade policy and sustainability?

– What are the likely impacts for business in Europe?

– How can EU trade policy promote sustainable agriculture and food production in the future?

– What role might the results of the US election play for trade and sustainability in the future?

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Programme

We are joined by:

Claire Bury, Deputy Director General at DG SANTE, European Commission

Mladen Jakopovic, Vice-President, Copa-Cogeca

Ulrich Weigl, Head of Unit at DG TRADE, European Commission

Philipp Lamprecht, Senior Economist at ECIPE, will present the major findings of ECIPE’s study on “The Role of Trade Policy in Promoting Sustainable Agriculture”, and moderate the discussion.