WECF will take part in the 2022 Climate Chance Summit Europe!

On March 7 and 8 2022, join us at the Cité des Congrès in Nantes (France) for the Climate Chance Summit and get involved with various non-state stakeholders to tackle climate change issues together.

The Climate Chance Europe Summit: a dialogue for concrete actions

In synergy with the European Climate Conference organised by the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Climate Chance Summit Europe aims to underline and further political proposals from local authorities, businesses and citizens to strengthen the European Green Deal when achieving the objective of reducing CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030 (Fit for 55).

More information regarding the programme here

WECF invites you to discover and share its concrete policy recommendations to better include gender equality in EU climate policies

WECF co-organises with the European Committee of the Regions the round table “Recommendations for a Gender-inclusive European Green Deal and EU Climate Policies” which will take place on March 8 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

This round table aims to discuss proposals put on the table in order to include gender justice and intersectionality in the European Green Deal. We will focus on two reports, one recently published by WECF in partnership with the European Environmental Bureau “Why the European Green Deal needs Ecofeminism?”; and the second one created in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) “A Feminist European Green Deal” (expected to be published soon).


  • Jutta Urpilainen – EU Commissioner for International Partnerships (TBC)
  • Kata Tüttő – Deputy-Mayor of Budapest
  • Donatella Porzi – Member of the Legislative Assembly of Umbria
  • Gabriele Köehler – Senior Research Associate at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development and member of Women Engage for a Common Future
  • Anne Barre – Gender and Climate Policy Coordinator, Women Engage for a Common Future
  • Katharina Wiese – Policy Officer for Economic Transition and Gender Equality
  • Robert Biedron – Chair of the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality of the European Parliament (TBC)”

This Summit is a way for WECF to reassert its commitment to climate justice by supporting concrete actions. WECF will present in the Pitch Corner two field projects contributing to the energy transition.

Actors of change, come and meet us in Nantes (France) on March 7 and 8!

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