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EU Clean Air Forum
28. novembra. 2019 @ 9:00 am - 29. novembra. 2019 @ 5:00 pm
Clean air is essential for healthy living.
While air quality has improved across the European Union over the past decades, air pollution continues to cause respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Air pollution is still the number one environmental cause of premature deaths in Europe.
In November 2017 a first EU Clean Air Forum convened in Paris. This Forum concluded with a clear message: solutions to improve air quality further are within reach, but to tackle air pollution successfully, we need to work together across economic sectors, across decision-making levels, across policy areas and together with citizens.
The European Commission continues to be committed to this and is organising, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic, a second EU Clean Air Forum on 28 and 29 November 2019.
This Forum will focus on three themes: air quality and energy; air quality and agriculture; and clean air funding mechanisms. It will bring together decision-makers, stakeholders and experts on the above topics in a two-day conference to reflect on the development and implementation of effective European, national and local air policies, projects and programmes.
Hashtag for the event on Twitter: #CleanAirEU
- Zuzana Čaputová, President of the Slovak Republic
- Peter Pellegrini, Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic
- Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
- László Sólymos, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Environment, Slovak Republic
- Richard Brabec, Minister of the Environment, Czech Republic
- Maria Patek, Federal Minister for Sustainability and Tourism, Republic of Austria
- Norbert Kurilla, State Secretary at the Ministry of Environment, Slovak Republic
- Terhi Lehtonen, State Secretary at the Ministry of the Environment, Republic of Finland
- Olga Algayerova, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
- Filipe Araújo, Vice-Mayor and City Councillor for Innovation and Environment of Porto
- Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director, European Environment Agency (EEA)
- Daniel Calleja, Director-General, DG Environment (ENV), European Commission
- Miriam Dalli, Member of the European Parliament
- Isabel de la Mata, Principal Advisor for Health and Crisis management, DG Health & Food Safety (SANTE), European Commission
- Barbara Hoffmann, Professor of Environmental Epidemiology at the Heinrich-Heine-University of Düsseldorf
- Ioana Hristova, Deputy Mayor of Sofia
- Cor Lamers, President of the Commission for Environment, Climate Change and Energy of the European Committee of the Regions
- Roald Lapperre, Director-General, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Kingdom of the Netherlands
- Marc Lemaître, Director-General, DG Regional and Urban Policy (REGIO), European Commission
- Doris Letina, Vice President, European Council of Young Farmers (CEJA)
- Ladislav Miko, Head of Representation, Commission Representation in Slovakia
- Maria Neira, Director, Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, World Health Organization (WHO)
- Katarína Nikodemová, Director, Buildings for the Future
- Paula Radcliffe, long-distance runner and former marathon world champion
- Adina Relicovschi, Head of Environmental Policy Unit, Projects Directorate of the European Investment Bank (EIB)
- Gertrud Sahler, Director General, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Federal Republic of Germany
- Patrick ten Brink, Director of EU Policy, European Environmental Bureau (EEB)
- James Thornton, Chief Executive Officer, Client Earth
- Tomasz Urynowicz, Deputy Marshall of Małopolska Region
- Matúš Vallo, Mayor of Bratislava
- Dimitri Vergne, Senior Sustainable Transport Officer, The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC)