Monthly Archives: September 2021

October 2021 – EUCCAN Sustainability month


The latest IPCC report states “Scientists are observing changes in the Earth’s climate in every region and across the whole climate system. […] The report shows that emissions of greenhouse gases from human activities are responsible for approximately 1.1°C of warming since 1850-1900.” Sustainability is no longer a choice. As the pressure on resources increases, mentalities and habits must change. To avoid severe consequences of global warming, we need to limit the warming to 2 or even 1.5 degrees. The Paris Agreement to Address Climate Change, accepted by 195 countries, sets a new direction and a new scale for global [...]

October 2021 – EUCCAN Sustainability month2021-09-14T09:25:25-04:00

EUCCAN President meets with key partners and announces sustainability program


Following his election in June 2021, Adrian Thomas was in Ottawa for a series of meetings with key partners. During their two-day visit, Adrian Thomas, EUCCAN President and Delphine Adenot-Owusu, EUCCAN’s executive director, met with the EU Ambassador to Canada, HE Melita Gabric and her team, with EU and Canadian companies and with the president and CEOs of business associations. CETA and EU/Canada business relations The discussions focused around CETA and EU/Canada trade and investments opportunities. EU and Canada have long lasting relations. Our leaders have reiterated this relation at the last EU-Canada summit in Brussels. Our society are bounded [...]

EUCCAN President meets with key partners and announces sustainability program2021-09-13T13:48:47-04:00