As EU policymaking ramps up for the end of the year, political priorities are continuously tested and adjusted based on external realities. From Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and an energy crisis to a looming economic downturn and the continued impacts of COVID-19, the EU’s policy agenda for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023 has far-reaching implications beyond its borders.
Topics from climate change, AI regulation, vehicle emission standards, pharmaceuticals, and beyond are likely to hit the agenda. And more key political priorities may be announced during the State of the Union address to the European Parliament in mid-September.
Watch our recorded webinar to hear policy experts and analysts from our Brussels office of FiscalNote EU Issue Tracker discuss key policy developments expected in the second half of the year.
Experts will discuss:
The biggest topics the EU will address in the remainder of the year
How this could affect your organization, and how to strategize and find opportunities accordingly
Insights from their recently published report, EU Fall Legislative Preview 2022: The Top Policy Developments to Watch
Moderator: Geraint Edwards, Managing Director, FiscalNote Europe
Izabela Kantor, Digital & Connectivity Analyst
Alvaro De La Fuente, Energy & Climate Analyst
Paolo Sasdelli, Transport Analyst
Nadja Steinfort, Agriculture Analyst