Date / Heure
Date(s) - 01 Jun 2017
8 h 00 min - 9 h 30 min
The European Parliament Intergroup on Rural, Mountainous and Remote areas (RUMRA) organises a breakfast briefing to discuss what lessons rural and urban areas can learn from the past, and how can future policies strengthen, rather than weaken, the economic, social and territorial cohesion of Europe.
This breakfast briefing will discuss concrete policy options which are both on rural and urban agenda such as transport, connectivity, rural-urban relations, energy and climate change and others. Join us and lean what urban and rural challenges have in common and how to move forward to solve them in a coherent manner.
- MERCEDES BRESSO, MEP, Chair of the RUMRA Intergroup
- JAN OLBRYCHT, MEP, President of URBAN Intergroup
- Member of Cabinet, Regional Policy Commissioner CRETU, (tbc)
- NOVAMONT, producer of bioplastics and biochemicals