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29
Sep
2017
 
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
 
Norrtullsgatan 12 N
Stockholm, 113 27 Sweden

The Green European Foundation will host a debate in Stockholm about the potential impacts of Brexit, with the help of our partner Cogito.

The event is a part of the ongoing transnational project “The potential impact of Brexit on the prospects for a Green transition in Europe” which attempts to support the much-needed public discussion of Brexit’s impact on individual Member States, as well as on the EU level, while exploring what this means for the Green movements’ endeavour in the transition to sustainability.

Debate

In this event, we will provide space about potentials impacts of Brexit in the Swedish and European context. The discussion will have a special focus on the areas of environmental cooperation, trade and exchange. It will feature prominent speakers engaged with the topic, such as:

  • Caroline Lucas – Party leader of the Green Party of England and Wales;
  • Max Andersson – Green MEP from Sweden;
  • Johan Kuylenstierna – Policy Director at Stockholm Environment Institute.

The debate will be moderated by Swedish politician Maria Wetterstrand.

The participation in the even is free of charge.

Address
 
Norrtullsgatan 12 N
Stockholm, 113 27 Sweden