Manuela Kropp

project manager

Main focus: transport, energy

Twitter handle: @manuela_kropp

Languages: English, French, German

City: Brusssels

Country: Belgium

Topics: energy policy, european politics, climate justice, automotive industry, industrial policy, transport revolution

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

  Willing to talk for nonprofit.

Personal note:

Active for climate friendly transport policy which reconciles the needs of workers in the automotive industry, in public transport and climate justice. Active for a progressive industrial policy, energy policy, just transition and climate justice. Publishes articles on these topics.


For many years policy advisor in the European parliament for the topics energy policy, climate policy and regional policy.
Currently working for a political foundation on the topics of climate friendly transport policy and the transformation of the automotive industry.

Examples of previous talks / appearances:

Who are people behind renewable energy communities?

European parliament, November 2019

This talk is in: English
Talk at European Forum in November 2020 - on climate policy, transport sector and necessary industrial policy
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How can we drastically reduce CO2 emissions in the EU and eradicate poverty?

This talk is in: English
Attac Seminarreihe zum Green New Deal

Vortrag zur Klimagerechten Mobilitätswende und zum Umbau der Autoindustrie

This talk is in: German
Addressing Transport Poverty - Talk at Event of ETUI, March 2022

the right to mobility must be ensure for all - that means rising transport poverty must be tackled by expansion of public transport and new urban planning which reduces the need for transport

This talk is in: English
Debate on the Green Deal in Europe; Debat sur le Green Deal en Europe
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Debate 16 January 2021 on the European Green Deal

In addition to our comrade, the following participated in the debate: Manuel Bompard (MEP - La France Insoumise), Camille Maury (WWF), Dimitri Zustrassen (researcher on industrial issues), Manuela Kropp (Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Brussels).

The meeting was moderated by Sophie Rauszer, from the PG's National Executive Secretariat, and Rémi Carrère, Co-coordinator of the international working group for the PG's Ecosocialist Assizes.
We also share the full video of the debate, in French and English.

This talk is in: English