29.10.2012 / News - EU Level

New EEB brochure on Green Infrastructure published

The EEB has produced a new brochure on Green Infrastructure investments under the Cohesion Policy.

The brochure contains  
•         easy to understand general information on Green Infrastructure,
•         two existing examples and an outlook for possible future projects,
•         some brief policy recommendations for the ongoing EU negotiations and national planning.

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is a federation of over 140 environmental citizens’ organisations based in most EU Member States, most candidate and potential candidate countries as well as in a few neighbouring countries. These organisations range from local and national, to European and international. EEB’s aim is to protect and improve the environment by influencing EU policy, promoting sustainable development objectives and ensuring that Europe’s citizens can play a part in achieving these goals. EEB stands for environmental justice and participatory democracy. Our office in Brussels was established in 1974 to provide a focal point for our members to monitor and respond to the EU’s emerging environmental policy.