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U.S. President Biden has determined climate protection as a core issue for his administration, and has raised hopes for a new momentum in international climate politics. In December, the European Commission picked up on this optimism by proposing a comprehensive transatlantic green agenda to coordinate EU-U.S. positions on climate change. A close partnership between the European Union and the United States is key for successful global climate politics and can also be a driver for economic growth on both sides of the Atlantic.
We will take a closer look at the most pressing questions: How can the EU and the U.S. set a new global benchmark on climate action? How can we ensure that innovation and Research & Development is at the center of the new transatlantic green agenda?
Our guests are:
Werner Baumann, Chairman of the Board of Management, Bayer AG,
Lynn Scarlett, Chief External Affairs Officer, The Nature Conservancy; Former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior,
Frans Timmermans, First Executive Vice-President, European Comission
and Sigmar Gabriel, Former Vice-Chancellor; Former Federal Minister; Chairman, Atlantik-Brücke
Moderated by Lee Beck, CCUS Policy Innovation Director, Clean Air Task Force; Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
In cooperation with Bayer AG.