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High visibility for the Agency at Green Week

The European Commission's annual Green Week conference and exhibition in Brussels is this year dedicated to presenting and discussing various aspects of climate change. The Agency takes part in the event as we have done over the last years, this time with both an exhibition stand and with contributors in the conference part. The exhibition this year covers three floors in the Charlemange building in Brussels and numbers 72 public bodies, NGOs and private companies.
EEA staff member Malene Bruun being interviewed by Belgian television on the Agency stand at Green Week
On the air: EEA staff member Malene Bruun being interviewed by Belgian television on the Agency stand at Green Week
The European Commission's annual Green Week conference and exhibition in Brussels is this year dedicated to presenting and discussing various aspects of climate change. The Agency takes part in the event as we have done over the last years, this time with both an exhibition stand and with contributors in the conference part. The exhibition this year covers three floors in the Charlemange building in Brussels and numbers 72 public bodies, NGOs and private companies.

During the conference, Project Officer Bert Jansen will present the Agency's information for younger audiences in the session "Teaching about climate change". Green Week is also the kick-off for the multilingual version of the kids' zone on the Agency website. EEA Executive Director Jacqueline McGlade will participate in the round table discussion "Road transport's global environmental challenge", arranged by the Brussels-based think tank Friends of Europe on the policies and technologies needed to tackle pollution from road vehicles. Project manager Ronan Uhel is moderator of the session "What happens in my backyard", on how spatial and regional planning needs to take climate change into account.

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