Euro-CASE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
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ANNUAL CONFERENCES 2021

25-26 November 2021 in London (US)

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Building Back Better

November 25 & 26, 2021

The Royal Academy of Engineering, London, United Kingdom

Short Synopsis

The Euro-CASE Annual Conference will be hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering on the topic of “building back better”, in relation to the tandem challenges of economic recovery from the pandemic and achieving climate neutrality and resilience in Europe by 2050.
The conference will align with outcomes of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) hosted by the United Kingdom earlier the same month, and will bring together engineers, scientists, policy experts and decision makers from the UK and Europe to explore opportunities for UK-EU co-ordination on approaches to realising net zero emissions and a resilient, decarbonised society.
The conference is intended to take place as a physical event, with the main proceedings taking place over Thursday 25 November and the morning of Friday 26 November, followed by a Euro-CASE Board meeting in the afternoon of Friday 26 November. The Royal Academy of Engineering together with Euro-CASE will closely monitor the pandemic situation during 2021, with a virtual event not entirely ruled out at this stage.