Green stimulus plans across the globe: Journalists share their insights
The IJP and CLEW are organising a web-event series for journalists to provide them with insights into how the COVID-19 crisis and the debate over green stimulus programmes are linked in different regions around the world. The idea behind the web-event series is to connect journalists and allow them to learn from each other.
This web-event on Central- and Eastern Europe will be the first of the series. We will cover different regions in future events.
Please register here.
10.45 am: Check-in participants and speakers
11.00 am: Introduction
11.10 am: Key questions answered
- How did the COVID-19 crisis affect climate change and clean energy action in your country/region?
- How did the COVID-19 crisis affect important sectors in your region and how did the government deal with this? How do you see the future of these sectors?
- What possibilities do you see for creating green economic stimulus packages? Will we be able to tackle both climate change and economic recovery of COVID-19?
- How can journalists make sure that topics such as climate change and clean energy stay relevant?
11.40 am: Q&A
Justyna Piszczatowska is a Polish financial journalist specialising in the energy sector and environmental issues. She is currently editor-in-chief of the green-news.pl website and has previously worked for leading Polish newspapers and co-run energy portal WysokieNapiecie.pl. She received the Grand Prix award for best energy journalism in Poland in June 2017 and a distinction for the best publication on the gas market in May 2018.
Jan Brož is a czech economy journalist based in Prague. He focuses on energy, food, agricultural and climate topics. Currently he is part of new founded independent business magazin Hrot. He has more than ten years of experiences in journalism, for different czech business media and for German media as Die Welt or Manager Magazin.
Noah Gordon is a US-American/British freelance journalist based in Germany. He writes the climate and energy issues column 'Carbon Critical' for the Berlin Policy Journal and has covered energy and foreign affairs for The Atlantic, The New Statesman, Euractiv and the Centre for European Reform.
He is currently part of the Climate Diplomacy Team at adelphi, a climate consultancy and think tank.
Frequently asked questions
No, we will not record the web-event.
The web-event language is English.
Sound quality is greatly improved by using headsets with
microphone. It is recommended that all active participants equip
themselves accordingly (smartphone headsets are sufficient.