This webinar will shed light on how the EU can secure investments for a resilient and thriving economy that creates a just and green transition in the long run. Join us to discuss how reform of the EU economic governance can better equip the EU for the investment challenges of the future.
Sander Tordoir from Centre for European Reform will open the debate with an assessment of the legislative proposal on the EU economic governance reform, especially with regard to the public investment challenges.
Sebastian Mang from New Economics Foundation will present their study on whether the new fiscal rules will allow Member States to meet the EU climate targets and the global 1.5C climate goal.
Lydia Korinek from ZOE Institute will conclude with ideas for the future, including our proposal for Sustainability-linked Fiscal Leeway that ensures effective and efficient green investments in a low-bureaucracy way.
Join the discussion on how the EU can finance investment for a resilient and thriving economy, in relation to financing green industrial policy in Europe together.