4 April 2018

LOT 2 Come and Join us to Make Europe Sustainable for All: Apply for a grant for your local project!

Do you campaign on the Sustainable Development Goals ? Want to break out of your specific focus and work alongside others working on different SDG-related topics? […]
4 April 2018

Come and Join us to Make Europe Sustainable for All: Apply for a grant for your local project in Belgium!

Do you campaign on the Sustainable Development Goals in Belgium? Are you planning an event, a street action, or other creative activity to raise awareness? You […]
21 March 2018

Calls for EU budget to put people and planet first gather steam

  A host of academic institutions, a diverse range of civil society groups, and a number of businesses and trade unions [1] have called on the […]
23 February 2018

Environmental policies need to be implemented better, the EEB tells Environment Ministers in open letter

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) has published a letter sharing its views on some of the issues on the agenda of the forthcoming EU Environment Council, […]
19 December 2017

EEB positive scenario workshop

Within the SUPPLY CHA!NGE project, the EEB gathered diverse stakeholders around a table to achieve a deeper understanding of each other’s vision of the potential development […]
7 December 2017

World vows to end pollution, but Paris Agreement-style action needed

For the first time at the UN Environment Assembly, yesterday world leaders signed resolutions to clean up our air, land and water. The European Environmental Bureau […]
4 December 2017

Cut waste, end pollution – NGOs tell UN in Nairobi

As the third session of the UN Environment Assembly gets under way in Nairobi, the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) calls for global action on the waste […]
4 November 2017

Blockadia map reveals global rise of anti-fossil fuel blockades

A new interactive map shows the rise of Blockadia: the direct-action phenomenon of people putting their bodies in the way of fossil fuel projects.[1] In the […]
2 November 2017

Most EU countries failing to ensure effective access to industrial pollution information

More than half of the EU’s Member States are failing to share crucial information about highly-polluting activities effectively online.  Many are failing to meet even the minimum […]
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 […]
25 September 2017

Juncker should stop avoiding the elephant in the room and ‘Make Europe Sustainable For All’

Two years after signing up to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the EU still has no clear plan on how to achieve them and the clock […]