15 March 2022

Manifesto for a green, just and democratic European economy

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB), with more than 270 prominent academics, think tanks, and civil society organizations from all EU 27 Member States, have today published […]
11 May 2022

“Doughnut (economics) for all”: NGOs and policy makers join voices for a more well-rounded EU economy

EEB launches new campaign for a ‘doughnut economy’ that improves wellbeing for all within planetary boundaries Environmental NGOs, Members of the European Parliament and EU institutions’ […]
17 October 2022

We need a quantum leap in EU economic and fiscal governance for a future-fit economy

The open letter by the Fiscal Matters coalition outlines a vision of a reformed EU economic governance framework that targets the roots of the social and […]
20 July 2023

Raw Material Regulation could reshape the Green Transition, but more ambition is needed.

Two votes in Parliament this week on Europe’s new critical raw materials law show that more ambition is needed if the EU is serious about securing […]
14 September 2023

Critical Raw Materials Regulation Vote Leaves Mixed Feelings

In a decisive session that unfolded today, MEPs cast their votes on a series of crucial amendments, shaping the path for the EU’s strategy concerning Critical […]
26 September 2023

Over 40 Civil Society Organisations converge to advocate for Sustainable and Just Raw Material Policies

Today marks the official launch of the CSO Coalition on Raw Materials, a vital convergence of over 40 civil society organisations (CSOs) from the EU and […]
15 November 2023

EU’s Critical Raw Materials Act: Civil Society Demands Stronger Environmental Standards, Indigenous Rights Protection, and Demand Reduction Targets

On Monday the 13th of November the co-legislators reached a political agreement on the Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA). The CRMA proposal was published in March […]
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