European Environmental Bureau
The European Environmental Bureau is a federation of over 140 environmental citizens’ organisations based in all 27 European Union's Member States. EEB promotes EU’s ‘Green Leadership’. The EEB office was set up in Brussels in 1974 it is meant to monitor the EU’s environmental policy. EEB has an information service, runs working groups of EEB members, produces position papers on topics that are on the EU agenda, and represents its members in discussions with the Commission, the European Parliament and the Council. It coordinates EU-oriented activities with members at national level, and also closely follows the EU enlargement process and the Aarhus Convention EU oriented activities.
- MEPs vote for ambitious e-waste management — 03 February 2011, 17:22 CET
The European Environmental Bureau, Europe’s largest federation of environmental citizens’ organisations, welcomes the outcome of today’s vote in European Parliament on the revision of the WEEE Directive.
- EEB logo — 14 October 2010, 11:20 CET
European Environmental Bureau logo
- Big retailers caught breaching EU chemicals law — 12 October 2010, 15:28 CET
A report released today reveals big retailers are breaching the EU’s flagship regulation on chemicals, while many products such as school supplies, sports accessories and sex toys are shown to contain high concentrations of ‘substances of very high concern’.