Il 26 settembre, New Europe ha pubblicato una mia intervista sulla cooperazione Eu-Cina in materia ambientale concessa a Ilia Roubanis. Fondato nel 1993, New Europe è un settimanale in lingua inglese pubblicato a Bruxelles. Specializzato negli affari europei, New Europe segue le attività delle istituzioni europee, dall’elaborazione delle politiche comunitarie alle relazioni dell’unione con gli altri attori internazionali. Con una distribuzione limitata alla sola capitale dell’Unione, la versione cartacea raggiunge secondo cifre fornite dallo stesso giornale, le 66.000 copie vendute. 

Arvea Marieni is a Strategy and Innovation consultant who belongs to a small pool of Europeans that have lived, worked, and studied in China.

As a consultant, the Italian-born Marieni specialises in “green tech” and had worked on projects ranging from energy renewables to waste management. Her insights into China’s evolving relationship with the West is founded on 20 years of experience that began after she started working in China in the mid-1990s.

She immersed herself in Chinese culture and can easily converse on literature, culture, and governance and corporate culture.

New Europe sat down to have her expert’s insight into Europe’a relationship with Beijing at a moment of crisis in multilateral environmental governance after US President Donald J. Trump‘s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.

In both trade and the environment, the question often arises if China is willing to take over the leadership role in light of Trump’s decision to turn the United States away from being the global leader. If China is willing to do so, what can Europe expect from Beijing?

 

https://www.neweurope.eu/article/understanding-the-scope-of-the-eu-china-environmental-partnership/

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