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'Utopie Europa' at the Viadrina
The European University Viadrina (EUV) has evolved into an important institution for European exchange, dialogue and debate since its foundation. Within the framework of the strategic partner-ship between the EUV and the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and in cooperation with the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin, the EUV supports a student project on the topic of "Ecological change. Europe – green future or green utopia?” which is carried out every year in the French Embassy. This project takes place within the framework of the event series "Utopia Europe", which is funded by the French Embassy, the French Institute and the Franco-German University.
What does the project offer?

Besides the opportunity to get socially active, the project offers insights into the practical handling of a highly relevant topic, contacts to experts in this field as well as to representatives of European and French institutions.
Seminar zum Thema "Energy Policy and the Tensions of the Twin Transition" im Wintersemester 2022/23
Energy Policy and the Tensions of the Twin Transition: Mobilising Digital Technologies for the Green Deal
Dozentin: Franca Pompeÿ | immer freitags von 14:15 bis 15:45 | Online-Seminar
Kursbeschreibung: The European Commission has consistently referred to the "Twin Transition", the "green and digital transformation" in the context of its "Green Deal" growth strategy. Digitalisation and sustainability are meant to lead the economy and society into the future. With the help of policy field analysis, this practical seminar deals with the institutional structures, decision-making processes and organisations entrusted with the digital and sustainable transformation. Students will identify and work on content-related interfaces that are to be grasped with an integrated approach. They will critically address the question of what added value digital technologies can provide for actually overcoming challenges in the context of the transformation of the energy system. Representatives from politics and business at national and EU level will be asked through interviews about their understanding of their roles and repertoires for action. The students will analyse and evaluate which instruments such as regulation, technologies and governance models (e.g. energy communities) can be used to realise the above-mentioned added value.

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