EU Green Week is your annual opportunity to debate, become familiar with, or even celebrate EU environment policy.
Illustration : Directorate-General for Environment
EU Green Week will take place between Saturday 3 June and Sunday 11 June.
It’s an opportunity to celebrate the progress we’ve made, and to encourage individuals, communities and organisations to take stronger action in future – to protect, preserve and restore our environment, for now and for future generations, while constantly promoting sustainable development.
Policy debates on “Delivering a Net-Zero World” theme and expert workshops organised by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Environment, with invited speakers from the world of politics, business, NGOs, and academia.
In the first day the sessions will focus on the latest policy developments in the areas of biodiversity, circular economy and zero pollution.
Sessions on the second day, zooming in more technical or specialised topics, have more expert audience in mind.
The event will be web streamed, but to fully benefit from the networking opportunities, including around the exhibition area, we encourage participants to attend in person.
*In order to access the registration page, you will need an EU login account. Please find the instructions on how to create it, in case you do not have one.