Towards a Green Economy – exchange of experiences of European Coal Regions

27.01.2020 | 09:00 Uhr | Katowice, Silesia, Poland, The Culture Zone

Mr Jakub Chełstowski, The Marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship, ivites everyone to the international conference “Towards a Green Economy – exchange of experiences of European Coal Regions” that will take place in Katowice, Silesia, Poland on the 27th and 28th January 2020.

"At the time when new vision for climate-neutral Europe is being established, the conference will set trends for the years to come bringing together key policy-makers and stakeholders to discuss how ambitious goals can be achieved in a collaborative and fair way with the support of the European Union. The event will gather experiences and best practices from the coal regions across Europe and will work as a forum for exchanging ideas and seeking solutions for decision-makers, stakeholders and partners from 41 EU’s coal regions, European Commission, European Parliament, Committee of the Regions, Secretariat of the Platform for Coal Regions in Transition, national governments, regional and local governments as well as non-governmental organizations and trade unions.

The deadline for registration is the 7th January 2020. The registration link is available at https://ecosilesia.slaskie.pl/register/form/20
The conference will take place at the Culture Zone in Katowice, which is one of the best and most successful examples of revitalization of post-coal mine area, an acclaimed symbol of transformation of Silesia. The Culture Zone has already hosted many international events, including COP 24.

Interpretation will be provided in: PL-EN-FR-DE-CZ.

Should you have any questions about the logistics of the event or any issues how to fill in the registration form, please send an email to: ecosilesia@slaskie.pl.

For updates and news, follow the conference website: https://ecosilesia.slaskie.pl/"

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