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Bulgarian Pavilion Hosts Discussion on Eastern, Southeastern, Central Europe's Contribution to Decarbonization, Renewable Energy Utilization
Bulgarian Pavilion Hosts Discussion on Eastern, Southeastern, Central Europe's Contribution to Decarbonization, Renewable Energy Utilization
Bulgarian pavilion at COP28, Dubai, UAE (BTA Photo)

The Bulgarian pavilion at COP28 in Dubai is scheduled to continue on Wednesday the discussion on the contribution of Central and Eastern Europe and South-Eastern Europe to the ambition of tripling renewable energy sources by 2030. A summary of the role of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and South Eastern Europe (SEE) and the region's prospects for promoting the use of renewable energy sources is foreseen in the second part of a roundtable discussion that began on Monday.

The event entitled "Small and Medium Enterprises as Ecosystem Innovation Leaders" will show how Bulgarian SMEs are adhering to green innovation activities in logistics, circular modelling and nature-based solutions.

The mining and metals sector must address both the growing demand for raw materials through diversification of supply chains and the need for sustainable extraction and processing of these materials. However, the path to net zero consumption requires a profound transformation that brings new challenges that are likely to change the face of these industries. The session entitled "Bulgarian Business Leadership in the Decarbonisation of Heavy Industry" aims to present the achievements and experiences of Bulgarian industry leaders. Environment and Water Minister Julian Popov will moderate the event. The Environment and Water Ministry hosts the three events scheduled in Wednesday's programme.

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