Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 202
What are the interrelationships between the EU’s growingly ambitious and harmonized energy and climate policy, and the apparent crisis of the European project? How can EU climate and energy governance contribute to achieving more integration, and what implications may the dynamics of European(dis)integration have for climate and energy governance? This panel looks at different aspects of EU climate and energy governance, especially the evolution of the Energy Union and the 2030 Framework, as they relate to the broader political processes determining the “Future of Europe/the EU”. It in particular attempts to zoom in on key trends that shape the European integration process and explores how EU climate and energy governance interacts with these drivers, i.e. affects them and is affected by them.