Energy with a War Next Door: Europe’s Balancing Act
No one knows how or when Russia’s war in Ukraine will end, but already it has left indelible marks on the energy and climate policies of the European Union. Europe intends to restrict Russian energy imports over the course of 2022, and may move away from them entirely in the longer term. As pressure builds on governments, energy providers, and consumers, the Center on Global Energy Policy will host a fireside chat with the European Union’s Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, to discuss Europe’s plans to manage the current crisis.
- Jason Bordoff, Co-Dean, Columbia Climate School, and Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA
- Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, European Commission
This event will be hosted in person in New York City and live streamed via Zoom. Please note: Current Columbia University affiliates (staff, students, and faculty only) who attend in person will be required to show their CUIDs and green passes at the door. Non-Columbia University affiliates will be required to show a government-issued ID and proof of vaccination and complete a symptom attestation form upon arrival.
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