24 October 2017

MEPs vote to reign in toxic fertilisers

Years of use of mineral fertilisers rich in cadmium – a dangerous carcinogen – has polluted soil and the crops that grow our food, leading to […]
23 October 2017

A growing number of European citizens demand sustainable food supply chains

Cheap prices are no longer the only driver for consumers. A growing number of Europeans are demanding information about the origin of the products they consume. […]
23 October 2017

SUPPLY CHA!NGE European Round Table Report

The SUPPLY CHA!NGE project aims to improve labour conditions in countries of the global South and reduce environmental damage along the food supply chains. The project […]
17 October 2017

JOB VACANCY: Secretary

The secretary will be a part of the Finance and Admin Team and will work closely with the Administration and HR Officer and Events Coordinator. The […]
16 October 2017

JOB VACANCY: Events Coordinator Assistant

The European Environmental Bureau is looking to recruit an Events Coordinator Assistant to work closely with colleagues in all stages of the “event life cycle’’. We […]
13 October 2017

Scottish Environment LINK

Scottish Environment LINK is a non-governmental organisation representing 37 organisations members working to contribute to a more environmentally sustainable society in Scotland. LINK’s main activities are […]
11 October 2017

Concerns raised about industry influence over exemptions for cancer linked chemicals

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) has expressed concerns to the European Commission over the involvement of an industry consultant in recommendations to create exemptions for the […]
11 October 2017

Farming contributes to deadly levels of air pollution, new report

400,000 Europeans die every year as a result of air pollution from several sources – including from agriculture. That’s the main finding from a new European […]
9 October 2017

EEB provides input to the EU Environment Council Meeting, Brussels 13 October 2017

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) has provided input to Environment Ministers ahead of the EU Environment Council Meeting in Brussels on 13 October. The EEB has […]
28 September 2017

As new global mercury treaty enters into force, worldwide mercury production skyrockets

This week 156 countries convened for the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention on mercury — yet at the same […]
26 September 2017

‘Extinction’ Conference to turn spotlight on livestock industry’s role in species loss

If any European politicians or diplomats working in Brussels need a visual reminder of what a mass extinction event looks like they don’t need to travel […]
25 September 2017

Cutting waste could boost EU furniture industry, new study finds

Improved refurbishment and remanufacture of discarded furniture can trigger up to 157,000 new jobs and save about 6 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent in the EU, a new […]