24 June 2016

EEB reaction to the UK referendum

Jeremy Wates, EEB Secretary General, said: “This is bad news for the UK, Europe and the environment. All evidence shows that the EU has brought many environmental […]
30 June 2016

Slovakia needs to put environment at heart of EU reform

Slovakia is taking over the six-month EU rotating Presidency at a particularly testing time following on from the continuing fall-out of the Brexit vote. The future […]
14 September 2016

Juncker fails to join dots in State of the Union

The State of the Union speech given by EU President Jean-Claude Juncker this morning showed he had made an effort to understand the mood in Europe and the need […]
16 September 2016

Europe must put people and planet first

As the EU-27 gather in Bratislava today, leading environmental organisations call for genuinely transformational change in the wake of the UK referendum. Nine of the largest […]
21 December 2016

EEB calls on incoming Maltese EU Presidency to stand up for people and planet

2016 is certainly not a year that will be omitted from the history books, though unfortunately more for bad rather than good reasons. In terms of […]
26 May 2019

‘We can really talk about a green wave’

Early projections following the EU election point to success for green candidates. Polls suggest support was especially strong among young people. The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) […]