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In cooperation with EuroBabble

It comes as no great shock that climate change deniers are often the same crowds who oppose migration. But what happens when the climate changes populists refuse to acknowledge actually fuel the fire they fear so much?

The World Solidarity Forum (WSF) hosted a panel discussion at the Brussels Press Club last week where climate and migration experts discussed how the world’s rapidly escalating climate crisis is affecting human security across the continents, establishing a whole new reason to request asylum.

Discover more about the event with the dedicated report by Roxanna Azimy from our partners Euro Babble.

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EUE 2.0

After almost five years EU Events is experiencing its biggest upgrade ever.

From now on we will have the capacity to publish an increased amount of events and cover a longer period of time. Instead of struggling with the updates, you will see events uploaded almost instantaneously. Already now hundreds of events ara available until the end of the year.

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ITALIAN VERSION

The last “EU Green Week” took place in May and like every year it represented the greatest opportunity to discuss the European environmental policies: various conferences in Brussels and events across Europe to create together the rules for a greener Europe.

This Green Week edition focused on the state of implementation of environmental laws, especially on the active role of European citizens, under the slogan “Take the initiative!”. Citizens play a key role in European policies and are themselves the primary promoters and the main beneficiaries of environmental legislation.

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