|08 Nov. 2023 ||
Energy security at forefront of NATO-Ukraine Council meeting
The NATO-Ukraine Council (NUC) met on Wednesday (8 November 2023) at NATO Headquarters to discuss energy security. The meeting was chaired by Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, with the participation of Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Energy Farid Safarov, Deputy Chairman of the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine Oleksandr Potii, and Deputy Chief of Staff of Ukrainian Air Force Hennadii Sheludko.
|29 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO and European Union release final assessment report on resilience of critical infrastructure
NATO and the European Union released a Final Assessment Report produced by the NATO-EU Task Force on the Resilience of Critical Infrastructure on Thursday (29 June 2023). Launched at the beginning of the year, the Task Force focused on mapping out current security challenges, and the particular importance of resilience in energy, transport, digital infrastructure, and space.
|21 Jun. 2023 ||
Press Statement on Climate and Security
On 21 June, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Policy and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission Josep Borrell, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, and Executive Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans, met in Brussels to discuss the impacts of climate change on peace and security.
|21 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO Secretary General: our armed forces must be both green and strong
Speaking on a high-level transatlantic panel on climate and security on Wednesday (21 June 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed the importance for our security of tackling climate change and securing a green energy transition. The Secretary General argued that we cannot compromise on military effectiveness, and that our armed forces must be both green and strong.
|18 Feb. 2023 ||
NATO co-hosts side event at Munich Security Conference focused on military energy transition
NATO co-hosted a roundtable discussion on Friday (17 February 2023) at the Munich Security Conference focused on opportunities to support NATO militaries’ transition to clean energy, including through technological innovation, while ensuring military effectiveness in a deteriorated security environment. The side event “Cleaner and Meaner: The Military Energy Transition by Design” was hosted by the NATO Emerging Security Challenges Division in partnership with the International Military Council on Climate and Security (IMCCS).
|18 Feb. 2023 ||
NATO Secretary General in Munich: give Ukraine what they need to win
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (18 February 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed that, one year since Russia’s full-fledged invasion of Ukraine, President Putin is not planning for peace but for more war. The Secretary General said, "we must give Ukraine what they need to win and prevail as a sovereign, independent nation in Europe."
|15 Dec. 2022 ||
NATO holds roundtable on climate change and security, bringing together Allies and experts
NATO Headquarters held a Climate Change and Security Roundtable on Thursday (15 December 2022). This event brought together representatives of NATO Allies and renowned climate experts to discuss the impact of climate change on security. Among the issues discussed were the latest trends on climate change and security in the Euro-Atlantic region, the implications of climate change for NATO’s future operating environments, and best practices from NATO Allies and other international bodies with respect to climate adaptation and mitigation.
|29 Jul. 2022 ||
NATO marks 70 years of scientific and technological research
In 2022, NATO marks 70 years of collaborative scientific and technological research at the service of Alliance defence and security.
|28 Sep. 2021 ||
NATO Secretary General welcomes cooperation with the International Energy Agency
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Dr Fatih Birol to NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (28 September 2021) to discuss topics of mutual interest to both organizations. These included climate change and security, energy security, and the clean energy transition, as well as strengthening cooperation between NATO and the IEA.
|10 Sep. 2019 ||
Energy Security experts visit NATO headquarters
Experts from the US (Kurt D. Donnelly, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources, Department of State), Poland (Mr Piotr Naimski, Secretary of State, Prime Minister's Chancellery, Government Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure) and Germany (Ms Michaela Spaeth, Deputy Director-General for Energy and Climate Policy, Federal Foreign Office) met with the Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and discussed with the North Atlantic Council energy developments in the Euro-Atlantic area and their security implications for Allies and the Alliance.