CLEW Calendar - Energy & Climate Policy Events

Last update: 18 June 2021

Upcoming events

19 - 20 June: German Left Party National Party Conference.

21 June: Christian Democrats (CDU) present election programme.

21 June: Public hearing in the Bundestag on the climate action law reform, BERLIN.

21 - 22 June: Conference "What we need to do now - Germany's path to climate neutrality," by Climate Neutrality Foundation, with Green politician Habeck, SPD chancellor candidate Scholz, and EU Commission president Von der Leyen (tbc), in German, BERLIN and ONLINE.

21 - 23 June: German industry day conference by BDI association, with chancellor Merkel and chancellor candidates Laschet (CDU), Baerbock (Greens), Scholz (SPD), economy minister Altmaier, and EU trade commissioner Dombrovskis, BERLIN and ONLINE.

21 - 25 June: Transport and Climate Change Week, by GIZ/BMU, ONLINE.

23 June: German govt cabinet to present climate emergency programme 2022, BERLIN. (tbc)

24 June: Bundestag to vote on climate action law reform to make new targets legally binding, BERLIN. (tbc)

24 June: European Parliament votes on climate law.

Looking further ahead...

6 July: Clean Energy Wire web-event "Fit for 55 – EU gets ready for complete overhaul of climate and energy legislation," ONLINE. 

11 July: G20 Venice Climate Summit, by Italian G20 presidency.

14 July: The European Commission presents "Fit for 55" package, a major revamp of its climate and energy legislation.

22 July: G20 Environment Ministers’ Meeting 2021.

12 September: Televised debate with chancellor candidates Baerbock (Greens), Laschet (Conservatives), and Scholz (Social Democrats)

26 September: German parliamentary elections (Bundestagswahl); State elections in Thuringia; State elections in Berlin; State elections in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

30 - 31 October: G20 Summit hosted by Italy, Rome.

1 - 12 November: UN climate change conference COP26, GLASGOW.

Online events on climate change/energy/journalism

Clean Energy Wire is maintaining a list of online events and webinars related to climate change, energy and journalism, which we will update regularly. You can find the list here. For more EU events, see What’s next in Europe? – Timeline of European climate and energy policy.

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