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Regenerative Agriculture, Food Security, and Water


H.E. Teresa Ribera, Vice-President of the Government of Spain and Minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Government of Spain
Sasha Vakulina, Journalist, Euronews

“How we can go beyond what we have already learned in solar or wind, in offshore, in cables, and so many other things to manage energy systems in […] a safe and environmentally sound manner.”

– T.H. Teresa Ribera

Key takeaways & next steps:

  • Transatlantic collaborations and partnerships are crucial for advancing the green energy transition and ecological policies in Europe, especially in the wake of geopolitical changes.
  • Public-private partnerships play a vital role in driving the green transition, with a focus on involving local communities and ensuring social support for sustainability efforts.
  • Greater collaboration and investment between the U.S. and Europe in the energy transition, focusing on innovation, technology, and skills development, is key.
  • Maintaining active involvement with citizens and local communities cultivates public backing for sustainable projects, while also addressing apprehensions and anxieties linked to the rapid transformations occurring in the energy and ecological sphere.