European Environmental Bureau

 

          The principal mission of the European Environmental Bureau is to promote an active environmental protection policy at european level.
          
All organizations that had joined European Environmental Bureau made it because of:

  • had adopted with all the conviction the European Union enironmental protection and natural conservation politics;

  • have the belief that regional politics about environment and social behavior did not take the normal direction for society healty development;

  • trusts in an coordonated action of members and potential parteners in the sese of bringing a pozitive air for a durable change among european environmental protection sustain;

          It is important to retain that actions that imply European Environmental Bureau sustain are not only politic things about natural environment, but implies much more from social life, economic and cltural of the regions in which its members are active.
          Also EEB, recognize the major influence of the european institutions, in the interior of its frontier and at gobal level, concerning the rise of states member number, to imply a natural environment well preserved.
           European Environmental Bureau includes in its lines, member organizations which have orientation, approach, priorities and also modalities to make itself heard by diferent levels.
           As an imediate result, European Environmental Bureau mission, made to become an effective instrument in politics implementation from European Union level, in the majority of sectors which has to be lined up for compatibility assurance at strategies and objectives level with comon scope for environmental protection.

* August, 2007
Guidelines for implemenation of the Environmental Liability Directive [ download ]


Announcements

* March, 04th 2014
Newsletter on sustainability (March 2014): the environmental justice issue [ ... more ... ]

* April, 09th 2009
  INBO and GWP publish the Handbook on Integrated Water Resources Management in Basins [ ... more ... ]

* April, 07th 2009
Mr. Stavros Dimas urges EU states to consult on water plans [ ... more ... ]

* March, 2008
Launch of the “Cool Products for a Cool Planet” campaign[ ... more ... ]

Position paper on Biowaste Green Paper finalized![ ... more ... ]

Will the soil directive fall victim to the crisis? [ ... more ... ]

Extending the list of pollutants for phase out under the Water Framework Directive [ ... more ... ]

Chemicals - REACH [ ... more ... ]

Semaine sans pesticides – week without pesticides[ ... more ... ]

Zero Mercury Campaign[ ... more ... ]

* November, 2008
Solutions to the financial crisis must be ecologically sound [ ... more ... ]

* December, 2007
Ideas for overcoming the limitations of GDP as a progress indicator [ ... more ... ]

* December 11, 2007
New Air Quality Law Too Foggy [ ... more ... ]

* May 21, 2007
Happy Birthday , Natura 2000! [ ... more ... ]

* May 3, 2007
Put environment policy at the heart of the EU project [ ... more ... ]

* April 26, 2007
Ecolabel confusion on heat pumps [ ... more ... ]

* March 29, 2007
European Parliament votes for organics [ ... more ... ]

* March 28, 2007
Commission is told: “Don’t allow chemicals to foul our water” [ ... more ... ]

* February 8, 2007
Face up to climate change challenge! Energy ministers warned [ ... more ... ]

* February 7, 2007
Europe set to weaken key climate target for new cars [ ... more ... ]

* January 31, 2007
“Stop this toxic trade!”: NGOs demand tough mercury limits [ ... more ... ]

* January 31, 2007
Europe set to clean up fuels but stalls on cars [ ... more ... ]

* December 20, 2006
EEB’s Ten Green Tests for the German EU Presidency [ ... more ... ]

* December 19, 2006
EEB assesses the achievements of Finland’s six-month EU Presidency [ ... more ... ]

* December 13, 2006
REACH: Alive but not kicking [ ... more ... ]

* December 1, 2006
Industry Commissioner betrays climate change hopes [ ... more ... ]

* November 28, 2006
MEPs vote to waste less [ ... more ... ]

* November 21, 2006
Energy Ministers must use economics to support energy efficiency [ ... more ... ]

* October 20, 2006
EU ministers must show they care about clean air for everybody
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* September 28, 2006
EU countries missing opportunity to spur innovation in electronics [ ... more ... ]

* September 26, 2006
European Parliament allows air polluters long delay to clean up their act [ ... more ...]

* September 25, 2006
Commission tells EU countries: “stop subsidising renewable power” [ ... more ... ]

Weak law threatens Europe’s soil [ September 22, 2006 ], [ September 23, 2006 ]

EU must press on with urgent mercury export ban [ September 8, 2006 ], [ September 14, 2006 ]

* July 12, 2006
European Union partnership missing for the fight against pesticides [ ... more ... ]

* July 4, 2006
A triumph for environmental transperancy, but not for justice [ ... more ... ]

* June 27, 2006
European Union Council ignores European Parlament in the problem of dangerous chemicals replacing
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* June 15, 2006
Protect us from polution: European Union ministers have to reject the Commission weak proposal about toxic products wastage. [ ... more ... ]

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