Joint Chamber event | European Green Deal-Live Green

Latvia and the European Union have started the path towards climate neutrality. Large investments will be made by the private sector as well as local governments and the public sector. This is a critical precondition for maintaining competitiveness. In order to emphasize the European Green Deal as a priority, regular conferences, seminars and constant exchange of experience are needed to discuss this issue.

The organizers of this event invite the audience to use the opportunities created by the Green Deal and kindly welcome to the Joint Chamber event “European Green Deal-Live Green” to be held on 20 October 2020.

Programma / Program

18:00 ierašanās / Arrival

18:30  Juris Pūce, Vides Aizsardzības un Reģionālās Attīstības ministrs / Juris Pūce, Minister of Environmental Protection and Regional Development

18:45    Artūrs Toms Plešs, Saeimas Vides un klimata apakškomisijas vadītājs / Artūrs Toms Plešs, Head of the Saeima Environment and Climate Subcommittee

Ivars Ījabs, Eiropas Parlamenta deputāts / Ivars Ījabs, Member of the European Parliament

Andris Vanags, Vēja enerģijas asociācija / Andris Vanags, Wind Energy Association

Uldis Ameriks, La Flora valdes priekšsēdētājs / Uldis Ameriks, La Flora Chairman of the Board

Andrius Bakštonas, Civinity Latvia valdes priekšsēdētājs / Andrius Bakštonas, Civinity Chairman of the Board

Mārtiņš Staķis Rīgas Domes mērs (aicināts) / Mārtiņš Staķis, Mayor of Riga City Council (TBC)

19:15 – 20:30 Vakariņas, neformālas sarunas /Buffet Dinner, informal conversations

Admission: 35 EUR for Members of the organizing Chambers |Non-member fee: 50 EUR

Registration: by email to the Swedish Chamber at by 18 October. All registrations are binding after the given deadline.

Working language: Latvian and English

*We encourage you to be responsible for your own and others’ health and take all appropriate protective measures recommended by the authorities when attending any public event.

*The event will be photographed. Please notify the SCCL office, if you do not want to be photographed.