20 May 2016

EEB and partners highlight fossil fuel pollution on anti-Chevron day

On the occasion of the 3rd international day of action against Chevron on 21 May, a new map has been added to the Atlas of Environmental Justice (EJAtlas) […]
13 October 2016

Stop squeezing out the orange juice workers

In the name of the 24,507 people who asked to “stop the squeeze out and make orange juice fair”, members of the international SUPPLY CHA!NGE campaign […]
2 December 2016

Stop sacrificing nature human rights to make cookies

A petition was launched today under the SUPPLY CHA!NGE project aimed at stopping abuse against nature and indigenous peoples in the supply chains of European businesses. […]
20 June 2017

European supermarkets need to use their market power to stop injustices in their supply chain

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) says that store brands of European supermarkets have built up decisive market power and that they need to use that power […]
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 […]
27 March 2020

Invitation to report launch: ‘Pushed to the wastelands: Environmental racism against Roma communities in Eastern and Central Europe’

Many Roma communities in Central and Eastern Europe experience systematic environmental racism, which pushes them out into marginal and polluted lands and neighbourhoods, and deprives them of […]
14 October 2021

EU rule of law hypocrisy at the upcoming Aarhus Convention meeting

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) calls on the European Union to prevent a rule of law fiasco ahead of next week’s seventh session of the Meeting […]
9 December 2021

NGOs warn against delays to EU battery rules

There are growing concerns that the EU rules to create a sustainable European battery industry could come into effect far too late. Brussels, 9 December 2021 […]
13 December 2021
Photo: Gwenael Piaser

EU criminal law must pave way for better environmental protection, NGOs demand

Commission must fix EU criminal law and ensure environmental crimes such as wildlife trade, waste dumping, illegal hunting and fishing, unlawful logging and mining no longer […]