LCAW | Russian invasion of Ukraine: implications for diplomacy, energy, and climate policies

Heavy clouds over dirty road in steppe, Autumn day, landscape in Ukraine.
Heavy clouds over dirty road in steppe, Autumn day, landscape in Ukraine. Photo by Pavel Klimenko from Adobe Stock
13:00 30 Jun 2022 Online

Join E3G at this London Climate Action Week event to gain insights into what the invasion of Ukraine means for climate politics and the global energy transition as we take a look at some of the emerging political priorities.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has profoundly impacted the world, including climate politics and diplomacy, as well as the global energy transition. How should we approach energy and climate policy going forward? It is imperative that we understand the geopolitical consequences of the war, how these affect energy and climate, and what we can do to mitigate them. 

Join us on 30th June, at 13:00-14:30 BST / 14:00-15:30 CEST for E3G insights and a look ahead at what the governments can do to mitigate adverse impacts from the energy crisis in the next 12 months, advance climate goals, and turbocharge the global energy transition.

Confirmed speakers

  • Chair: Carne Ross, Associate Director Climate Diplomacy and Geopolitics at E3G
  • Faten Aggad, Senior Advisor Climate Diplomacy & Geopolitics at African Climate Foundation
  • Rebecca Nadin, Director of the Global Risks & Resilience, ODI
  • Antony Froggatt, Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Environment and Society Programme, Chatham House



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