European Public Policy Conference
Accelerating the acquisition of knowledge by empowering student leaders.
critical European policy issues
a unique learning experience
We previously notified you of the cancellation of EPPC2020 in Vilnius. At the time of our previous communication, we were still hoping to be able to move the conference to Berlin. By now, however, the Coronavirus is spreading at such a rate that we believe it not to be advisable to go forward with the conference at this point. We are very sorry that we have had to make this decision.
Now it is time for us to look forward. Although it is difficult to predict how things will develop, we are hoping to still see the conference come into existence after the summer. As you may understand, we are still exploring our options and are unable to provide any more details or certainty at this time. We therefore invite you to keep an eye out on our website and follow our updates during the summer.
To assist you in case of any necessary cancellations, please find an official letter of cancellation here.
The 2020 Conference
Two days of Climate Policy & Science
27 - 28 March 2020
The 12th edition of the EPPC will focus on a pressing issue going beyond our borders, our cultural distinctions and our economies - climate change.
The aim of the conference is to create a platform for discussion between climate leaders, policy makers, experts and students on innovative solutions on the future of climate policy- making.
As our society wakes up to the challenges of a changing climate, movements and protests are arising all around the world and sustainability has become a fundamental part of the public debate.
In this scenario, the role of policy makers is ever more crucial. Immediate, effective, and coordinated solutions are required to mitigate side effects and adapt to future conditions.
In order to ensure future governance and collaboration among private and public actors, policy makers must consider different stakeholders’ perspectives in their approach towards sustainable transitions to create comprehensive recommendations for future policy-making.