Working Groups

EEAC Working Groups (WG) are a key mechanism of collaboration in the EEAC network. The WGs bring together the views of individual advisory bodies on selected and strategic topics, such as sustainable development, energy and ecosystems. The WG’s are chaired by EEAC members on volunteering bases.

Fresh Water Affairs

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

Marine Affairs

The Working Group Marine and Water affairs consists of  representatives from different national and regional advisory bodies which have longstanding experience on marine  affairs. Through communicat...

Energy and Climate Change

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

Sustainable Development

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

Circular Economy

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