Julie Hollis is Secretary General of EuroGeoSurveys, a not-for-profit association representing the Geological Surveys of Europe. EuroGeoSurveys bridges geoscience and policy at European level, delivering expert scientific data and advice to support the green transition, and building strategic partnerships within Europe and with international partners, particularly in Africa and Latin America. Julie has a PhD in Geology, a Master of Science Communication and Public Engagement, and more than 20-years experience in research and senior management roles in geological survey organisations and related ministries in Australia, Denmark, and Greenland
The panel will gather representatives from Africa, the European Union, financial institutions and the private sector. It will create a space for dialogue to identify practical ways of building mutually beneficial, sustainable partnerships together.
Panel 1 - EU-Africa partnerships for sustainable raw materials value chains: a win-win opportunity
Do the EU-Africa partnerships respond to the needs of the partner countries?
What can African countries do on their turn to secure a continuous flow of sustainable investment?
Wednesday 08 February 14:00 - 15:00 Level 1 Stage
Level 1 Stage Europe/London