Macedonian modern centre-right policy and the climate and environmental related challenges - Foundation Office North Macedonia
The European Green deal, approved by the European commission, is a set of policy initiatives planned to review existing legislation and its harmonization, and also introduce legislation on circular economy, sustainable building renovation, biodiversity, sustainable farming and to facilitate technological innovation.
The publication presents the current state of developments and the potential of the Macedonian society regarding the numerous climate and environment related challenges, as well as measures to address these issues. In this regard there are some positive developments in Macedonian society to be recognized. The youth is keen on taking the science-based approach regarding the climate crisis. Centre-right political actors should collaborate with youth CSO’s, and give an authoritative voice to academia and expert, and by doing so build a forum that could provide science and facts.
Join us for the official presentation of the publication and the following panel discussion to hear the findings of the research project and participate in the discussion/discuss them on the 23rd of February at the Municipality of Butel at 12.00 am.
The event will start with the welcoming remarks of Daniel Braun, Official representative of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Office in Skopje and Darko Kostovski, Mayor of the Municipality of Butel.
The following speakers will give their input on the topic:
Dame Dimitrovski PhD, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering – Skopje
Dejan Dimitrev, Scholar of Konrad Adenauer Foundation
Radovan Spiridonov, Scholar of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation
Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova, Member of Parliament
Rashela Mizrahi, Member of Parliament
The working language of the event will be Macedonian.
For any further information please check the programme of the event.