On Tuesday 9 April the European Commission will be visiting the University of Malta for a dialogue with students to see what young people want from the EU in terms of environment policy.
The aim is to have a small session between Dr Joanna Drake, Deputy Director General for Mobility and the Environment within the Commission and also one of the highest ranking Maltese within the institutions, and a group of 20 students.
In an informal atmosphere the Commission wants to hear from you as to what should be the EU's green priorities.
The session will take place from 09:00 to 12:00 at the European Documentation Centre (Institute for European Studies). This is a great opportunity to have your voice heard and to make a difference.