11 Apr 2019  

11th Brussels Wednesday Social

An event in cooperation with "Democracy Alive" by the European Movement International

This time, our prominent Wednesday Social will take place in Texel, the Netherlands and as a unique edition on a Thursday.

What are businesses doing to reduce their plastic footprint across supply chains? What responsibilities do citizens have? Are governments moving quickly enough to provide the necessary political and legislative frameworks in which action can take place? What innovations will facilitate the necessary shifts in consumption patterns?


This evening debate will bring together prominent speakers on the topic of marine litter and plastics – a relevant issue for Texel and its neighbouring islands of Terschelling and Vlieland, after a major incident earlier this year when 270 containers fell from the decks of one of the world's largest cargo ships, washing plastics and other consumer goods onto their shores.


We look forward to welcoming you to this evening debate. You can register by clicking here. For more information, please visit the event website.


This event is organized in the context of "Democracy Alive", a European Democracy Festival, which will be organized by the European Movement International. For more information on the festival, please visit the European Movement International website here.


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