Farmers with a future
What kind of government policy can help agri-entrepreneurs determine their own future, within the boundaries of sustainability?
Investing in sustainable growth
How can the government improve how the National Growth Fund is used to make sure that the investments contribute to sustainable earning capacity and are aligned to the economy of the future?
Invitation webinar: Towards net-zero: Sound policies need better science
EEAC and IEEP are organising a joint webinar at 20 September 2021 on the role of scientific advice in policymaking, and how science can be used in the context of European climate policymaking.
Nuclear energy is taking centre stage as one of the options within the energy transition. However, conducting a proper debate about the usefulness and necessity of nuclear energy proves difficult in practice. The Council has been asked for an advisory report.
OECD & EEAC jointly organized a webinar on better policies for food systems
The session recordings of the joint webinar on April 13, 2021 are now available.
Advisory councils share insights on future European Climate Change Council
Upon the invitation of EU institutions, a group of governmental and parliamentary advisory councils on climate change, the environment and sustainable development shared their insights on the mandate, tasks, composition and governance of a future European Climate Change Council (ECCC).
Work programme 2021-2022 has been announced
The Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management submitted the Work Programme 2021-2022 of the Council for the Environment and Infrastructure to the House of Representatives.
Digital technology and data use are changing our society in fundamental ways. These changes are having a major impact on the sustainability of our living environment. How can we create a society that is both digital and sustainable?