The European Environmental Bureau is complaining that, though the Commissioner's proposals for greening were 'clearly imperfect', the simplification which 'the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament say they are undertaking is turning them into a system of money for nothing.
What does EEB stand for?
EEB stands for European Environmental Bureau
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We have 48 other meanings of EEB in our Acronym Attic
- Eglise Evangélique Baptiste (de Caen)
- Electrokinetically Enhanced Bioremediation
- Electronic Equipment Building
- Electronics Examining Board
- Employee Education Benefit
- Empresa de Energía de Bogotá (Spanish: Bogotá Power Company; Bogata, Colombia)
- Encefalopatía Espongiforme Bovina (Spanish: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy)
- End Edge Bit
- Enterprise Event Broker (Sybase)
- Entry-Level Electronics Bay (computer hardware)
- Extended Erlang B (telecommunications traffic engineering model)
- Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus
- Energy and Environmental Building Association (Prairie, MN)
- Energy Efficient Building Association
- European Ethnic Broadcasting Association
- European Eye Bank Association (Venice, Italy)
- Ecology Evolutionary Biology and Behavior (university program)
- East European Broadband Convention
- East of England Brokerage Consortium (UK)
- Engineering Employee Benefits Committee (IEEE PACE)
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Countries will want to take their own measures to control risks," said Louise Duprez, nanotechnology policy officer at the European Environmental Bureau, a Brussels-based NGO.
Since there are well-developed, high-volume non-mercury alternatives available to produce these materials, the mercury-based processes should be phased out," said Rachel Kamande of the European Environmental Bureau and ZMWG.
The amendments were being backed by aggressive lobbying from an organisation called Pesticide Watch - a coalition of environmental NGOs such as Pesticide Action Network, the Health and Environment Alliance, European Environmental Bureau, Friends of the Earth Europe, Soil Association UK and the Western Lithuania Consumer Federation.
But the European Environmental Bureau, which advises the EU, favors biofuels made from waste agriculture and forestry residue over purpose-grown crops.
Wates's talk provided insight into challenges facing the European Environmental Bureau as it seeks to implement environmental-access goals mandated since the adoption of the Aarhus convention in June of 1998.
For an overview of the environmental position on the draft EU law, see the European Environmental Bureau report, "Towards Waste-Free EEE", March 2001 on the EEB's website: www.
The move followed pressure from the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) which highlighted the exposure of consumers through textile products to deca-BDE noting "general concerns about [the] harmful properties for human health and the environment" of halogenated and brominated flame retardants.