Make history. Come together. Build something better. Join the next European Ideas Lab on Climate and biodiversity, live in Milan, Italy and streamed online.
Climate and Biodiversity
Unprecedented European Union funding will finance the recovery and the resilience of our societies. This is a unique moment to ensure that we achieve a just and sustainable transition for all: funded projects must be in line with sustainability, climate targets, and protection of natural resources and biodiversity.
We must also look beyond just Europe, and do so in solidarity with the Global South and all communities at the frontlines of the health, economic and climate crises. The world is watching: the postponed and now long-awaited international climate conference, COP26 is scheduled to take place in November 2021, and the UN Biodiversity conference, COP15, has been rescheduled for October 2021.
On the road to COP26, the European Ideas Lab is a key milestone, where the voices of civil society can be listened to and brought to the negotiation table.
About European Ideas Lab
The European Ideas Lab is a unique space that brings together changemakers, Green decision-makers and activists to discuss the most pressing issues in Europe for 3 days.
Activists, civil society organisations, citizen movements, artists, ecopreneurs and Green innovators – we come from different backgrounds but we all share the same objective: creating positive change in our societies.
European Ideas Lab is organised by European Greens and Greens/EFA.
Learn more about the European Ideas Lab and
discover the programme on our Climate Action website.
Registration for this event is closed
Read the EIL conclusions HERE.
Democracy has been increasingly under threat throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with authoritarian regimes growing bolder in their attacks against democracy, human rights and the freedom of speech.
As the COVID19 vaccination campaign picks up steam across Europe, and the continent begins to overcome the health crisis, new challenges lie ahead of us. How do we collectively build back better, fairer and greener?