17-20 May 2016 - Kraków, Poland
Eurasian energy security & governance challenges in light of COP21: Comparative international experience in an era of energy transition
This three-day long training will bring together energy professionals and expert speakers from the energy industry, government, international organisations, academia and other spheres in order to share knowledge and exchange experience in tackling the most salient energy challenges we face today.
This time we will focus on how to navigate prevailing energy security challenges in light of on-going energy transition in wider-Europe and the Paris Agreement on climate change. Among the issues this training will tackle are:
- Transition to low-carbon economies
- Energy sustainability
- How industry will be dealing with the commitments taken in Paris
- The east-west gas supply security debate in light of a more pressing climate agenda
And much more.
This edition of the training programme is organised in cooperation with the Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Department of International Relations and European Studies of the Faculty of Social Studies at Masaryk University, Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research and Centre for Eastern Studies with the financial support of the International Visegrad Fund.
More information will follow in due time.