Member of the European Economic and Social Committee since: 21/09/2015
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Vladimir Novotny professional career started after graduation from the Prague Institute of Chemical Technology as a chemical engineer in the energy sector. After postgraduate studies in the field of material science, investment mana
NAT/684 Coalition to deliver commitments of the Paris Agreement
TEN/603 - Passenger ships - registration and reporting formalities
TEN/598 - The New Electricity Market design and potential impacts on vulnerable consumers
TEN/590 - Intergovernmental Agreements in the Energy Field
NAT/687 Regulation on Mercury
DELEGATION - Paris City study visit
TEN/629 - Processing of personal data
CCMI/148 - The automotive industry
Conference on Responsible Innovation in the Health Industry
Group 1 - CCMI Members
Rural Development Conference "Cork + 20: leaving rural areas behind is no more an option!"
Delegation of 18 Members to the Participatory conference: Designing the framework for bottom-up clim
TEN/596 - Nuclear Illustrative Programme
NAT/691 Circular Economy - fertilisers
TEN/588 - Security of natural gas supply
TEN/589 - An EU strategy for liquefied natural gas and gas storage
NAT/686 Action Plan against Wildlife Trafficking
ECO/396 - Maximising the contribution of ESI Funds
NAT/678 A European Sustainable Development Civil Society Forum
RAW MATERIALS ROUND TABLE IN POLAND
RAW MATERIALS ROUND TABLE IN CZECH REPUBLIC
NAT/675 Revision of the EU emissions trading system
CCMI/140 - Nanotechnology for a competitive chemical industry
6 x 1 day pass, EESC delegation to COP21 conference in Paris
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CV short version
Vladimir Novotny professional career started after graduation from the Prague Institute of Chemical Technology as a chemical engineer in the energy sector. After postgraduate studies in the field of material science, investment management, atmospheric science he continued in the WHO scholar ship studies of environmental aspects of urban planning and research in the field of atmospheric science.
He took part in building of a new governmental institution – Ministry of Environment after 1990. As a representative of the Czech Government, in activities of UN EEC, executive body of UNEP, as a delegate of UN Commission for Sustainable Development, head of national delegation in COP 1 and COP 2 UN Convention of Climate Change, OECD Environmental Committee, and last but not the least, he was the President of International Commission for the River Elbe Protection.
Vladimir Novotny was engaged in the field of environmental protection in chemical and oil processing industry in the recent 18 years, and he closely cooperated with the Czech Association of Chemical Industry and CEFIC as a chair of the national panel of the Responsible Care program. As a representative of the Czech Confederation of Industry and Transport, he took part in BIAC – OECD Environmental Committee, Council of Sustainable Development of the Czech Government, and Council of Waste Management. Recently, he was appointed a member of the National Convent for European Policy.