15:00 CET
December 15, 14:00 (CET)
November 14
War and energy transitions
Medium and long-term consequences
March 27
10:00 (CET)
What We’ll Discuss
According to the data from the 17th edition of the Global Peace Index, the world continues to become less peaceful. Even though some countries choose to spend less on militarization, the absolute level of military expenditure continues to grow.

Amidst rising political tensions, the world still faces the challenges of advancing low-carbon technologies while ensuring energy security. What is the state and the future of energy transition in this complicated web of instability and insecurity?
How might the roles of major players like the United States, China, and India evolve in shaping the future energy landscape?
How has Russia's war in Ukraine impacted global energy transitions and security?
What strategies should governments and stakeholders adopt to navigate the complexities of energy security amidst geopolitical uncertainties and climate imperatives?
What are the implications of geopolitical tensions on efforts to combat climate change and promote low-carbon technologies?
Can international collaboration mitigate the challenges posed by the intersection of conflict and energy transitions?
Our speakers
Guest Speaker
Marc-Antoine Eyl-Mazzega joined Ifri's (French Institute of International Relations) Center for Energy & Climate as a Director in September 2017.
Prior to joining Ifri, he spent six years at the International Energy Agency (IEA), notably as Russia & Sub-Saharan Africa Programme Manager, where he conducted oil and gas market analyses and was responsible for institutional relations with these countries and regions. He also held various other positions, such as at the Robert Schuman Foundation, where he was in charge of a Ukraine observatory. A French and German national, he holds a Ph.D. from Sciences Po Paris in international relations.
Tatiana is a research fellow at CGEP, Columbia University, Professor at SciencesPo Paris, and Founder and Director of the New Energy Advancement Hub (NEAH).
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