A grip on hazardous substances’
Current chemical policy is not sufficient to adequately control the risks to people and the physical environment. What steps would be necessary to ensure a safer handling of hazardous substances?
Work programme for 2020-2021
The work programme summarises the advisory topics, the latest status, and the schedule going forward.Each year the Council produces a Work programme which is subject to the approval of the ministers of Infrastructure and Water Management, of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, and of the Interior and Kingdom ...
Towards a Sustainable Economy
Climate change, raw materials scarcity and loss of biodiversity make the transition to a sustainable economy inevitable. How can the government steer the transition to a sustainable economy?
How can we manage balanced growth in inbound and domestic tourism in the Netherlands, with the economy, local communities and the living environment being viewed as interacting elements?
European Agricultural Policy
The Council’s advice focuses on the possibilities for using the CAP to support the transition to circular agriculture.
In this advisory report, the Council considers whether a new approach is possible in aviation policy and, if so, whether it will lead to a change in the principles that underpin national policy and to new policy options
The Sum of the Parts - study
Sustainability agenda’s tend to overlap at the regional level. How do they converge and coalesce? What does this imply for an integrative approach?
Work Programme 2019-2020
Topics for the Council's Working Programme for the period 2019-2020 The Council’s ambition is to contribute to accelerating the necessary transitions in the broad domain of the human environment in the coming years. Because the relevant challenges are closely interconnected, most of the advisory reports published by the Council ...