6 November 2017
In the midst of the political discussions on the future of Europe, the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) will hold its annual conference in Edinburgh, to debate how to put people and the planet central in these uncertain times for the EU and the UK.
Organised together with EEB member Scottish Environment LINK, the EEB’s 2017 Annual Conference will debate how policies can and should be delivered to tackle this changing landscape.
The conference will bring together members of the environmental movement from across the EU, the UK and Scotland, together with policy makers, civil society, thought leaders as well as entrepreneurs. Participants will debate issues such as tackling climate change, preventing biodiversity loss, undertaking a deep reform of agriculture policies and safeguarding our marine environment, with the overarching aim of fully implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).