Thematic Focus

The EEAC organizes its annual activities along the lines of thematic focus areas. Within the context of these thematic focus areas, The EEAC Network brings together Working Groups. These Working Groups (WG) are a key mechanism of collaboration in the EEAC network. These groups are chaired by EEAC members on voluntary bases and bring together the views of individual advisory bodies and fellow stakeholders on selected themes. In 2018, the thematic focus areas include:

'18: Circular Economy

The Working Group on Circular Economy consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on the Circular Economy. Through communi ... read more »

'18: Marine Affairs

The Working Group on Marine affairs consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on marine  affairs. Through communication and ... read more »

'19 Food systems and land use

The Working Group on Food systems and land use consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on food production and consumption ... read more »

Energy and Climate Change

The Working Group on Energy and Climate Change consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on matters such as energy and clima ... read more »

Fresh Water Affairs

The Working Group on Fresh Water Affairs consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on water affairs. Through communication ... read more »

Mobility and Transport

For the first time, multiple advisory councils (Belgium, FRDO-CFDD, Luxembourg, CSDD and the Netherlands, Rli) work together on one overarching project: international rail services. The three councils ... read more »

Registration: Towards an ambitious environmental policy in Germany and Europe

Please register here for the online presentation: Towards an ambitious environmental policy in Germany and Europe Friday June 5th, from 15h00 to 16h00 C.E.S.T. ... read more »

Registration: water quantity governance in the context of climate change

Please register here for the online exchange session on the issue of water quantity governance in the context of climate change. Tuesday June 16th from 14h00 to 16h00 C.E.S.T. ... read more »

Sustainable Development

The Working Group on Sustainable Development consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on the issue of sustainable developme ... read more »