Register your partner event

Being part of EU Green Week is the opportunity to showcase the achievements of your organisation or city to a wider audience.

If you are planning an event between 13 April and 9 June 2019, or would like to organise one, why not register it as an EU Green Week partner event!

Any type of event is eligible, be it a workshop, presentation, study visit, open day or online event, etc.

The only requirement is that it needs to be relevant to the EU Green Week 2019 theme ‘Take the initiative! Applying environmental legislation’.

Please note that this does not mean that the event needs to focus exclusively on laws and policies. It can show what your environmental policies have achieved, their positive impacts on people, cities, nature, businesses and so forth. It could look at solutions that have been found in situations where implementation was historically problematic.

It can also focus on the sharing of best practices, capacity building or it could look at the need to embed sustainability in other policy areas such as agriculture, transport, the energy sector and so on. It might even focus on a perceived need for better governance, or on how citizens could be better involved. Or indeed it could be more forward-looking, and examine how the next generation thinks we should look after our environment.

Being part of EU Green Week is the opportunity to showcase the achievements of your organisation or city to a wider audience.

If you are planning an event between 13 April and 9 June 2019, or would like to organise one, why not register it as an EU Green Week partner event!

Any type of event is eligible, be it a workshop, presentation, study visit, open day or online event, etc.

The only requirement is that it needs to be relevant to the EU Green Week 2019 theme ‘Take the initiative! Applying environmental legislation’.

Please note that this does not mean that the event needs to focus exclusively on laws and policies. It can show what your environmental policies have achieved, their positive impacts on people, cities, nature, businesses and so forth. It could look at solutions that have been found in situations where implementation was historically problematic.

It can also focus on the sharing of best practices, capacity building or it could look at the need to embed sustainability in other policy areas such as agriculture, transport, the energy sector and so on. It might even focus on a perceived need for better governance, or on how citizens could be better involved. Or indeed it could be more forward-looking, and examine how the next generation thinks we should look after our environment.

Being part of EU Green Week is the opportunity to showcase the achievements of your organisation or city to a wider audience.

If you are planning an event between 13 April and 9 June 2019, or would like to organise one, why not register it as an EU Green Week partner event!

Any type of event is eligible, be it a workshop, presentation, study visit, open day or online event, etc.

The only requirement is that it needs to be relevant to the EU Green Week 2019 theme ‘Take the initiative! Applying environmental legislation’.

Please note that this does not mean that the event needs to focus exclusively on laws and policies. It can show what your environmental policies have achieved, their positive impacts on people, cities, nature, businesses and so forth. It could look at solutions that have been found in situations where implementation was historically problematic.

It can also focus on the sharing of best practices, capacity building or it could look at the need to embed sustainability in other policy areas such as agriculture, transport, the energy sector and so on. It might even focus on a perceived need for better governance, or on how citizens could be better involved. Or indeed it could be more forward-looking, and examine how the next generation thinks we should look after our environment.