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EU-China Summer School 18-23 Jul

We are pleased to inform you about the Summer School “EU-China Cooperation. Between Green Transition and Global Energy Competition” course organized by University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Centro Studi sulla Cina Contemporanea, which will be held online from 18 to 23 of July 2022.


The transition from fossil fuels to non-polluting ones is a historical turn which is urgently needed. Such a process cannot be hindered by new rivalries among great powers. However, factors such as the rise of China, the technological revolution, and the post-pandemic restructuring of global supply chains are escalating the race for new resources to power our factories, cars, electronic devices. This will be a difficult but fascinating journey.

Join up to date presentations, discuss with your peers in flipped classrooms, challenge our speakers in Q&A sessions: our interactive and participative method will support your engagement and enhance your learning experience during our program

Course highlights:

Our lectures delivered by international scholars and experts will provide you with an in-depth, interdisciplinary and critical knowledge about EU and China green transition against the backdrop of global energy competition: this is a unique learning opportunity.


Markus Taube - University of Duisburg-Essen

Stefano Liberti - Internazionale

Ma Jun - Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (Ipe)

Mario Motta - Politecnico Milano

Simone Tagliapietra - Bruegel

Cristoph Nedopil Wang - Fudan University Shanghai

Yu Jie - Chatham House

Mathieu Duchâtel - Institut Montaigne

Mathias Lund Larsen - Copenaghen Business School

Liseotte Odgaard - Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Kirsty Mattinson - XJTLU

Lorenzo Riccardi - RsA Asia

Anita Plummer - Howard University

Carlo Papa - Enel Foundation

Luca Spinosa - Enel Foundation

Kerry Brown - King's College


RsA Asia, as a partner of the EU-China Summer School, and will also support with internship programs dedicated to attending students.


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