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CANCELLED: INSPIRE conference 2020: Bringing sustainability and digitalisation together, Dubrovnik - afgelast

Dubrovnik in KroatiŽ
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date May 12, 2020 - May 15, 2020
city Dubrovnik, Croatia
location Dubrovnik, Croatia Show location
organisation European Commission (EC)†i

Start date : 12/05/2020

End date : 12/05/2020

Where:

Dubrovnik, Croatia

European Commission,

Research and innovation,

  • Events/Conf/Fairs

Each year, a European INSPIRE conference is held to provide a forum for stakeholders from government, academia and industry to hear about and discuss the latest developments of the INSPIRE directive.

The conferences are organised through a series of plenary sessions addressing common policy issues, and parallel sessions and workshops.

In 2020, INSPIRE will hold its annual conference focusing on:

  • sustainable digitalisation (digital transition)
  • digital sustainability (social, economic and environment)

The event will address how digitalisation could help towards a more sustainable Europe, but also what are the environmental issues and risks with digitalisation.

More information on the event


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European Commission (EC)

The European Commission is the executive body of the EU and runs its day-to-day business. It is made up of the College of Commissioners, 27 European Commissioners, one for each member state, who are each responsible for one or several policy areas. In addition, the 'Commission' also refers to the entire administrative body that supports the Commissioners, consisting of the Directorates-General and the Services.

The European Commission is the sole EU body capable of proposing new legislation. The Commission also performs an oversight function, monitoring whether European legislation is properly implemented in the member states. In the event of non-compliance, the Commission can coerce a member state to comply by starting a legal procedure at the European Court of Justice.

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