6-7 June 2023 - EU Green Week is an annual event, organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General for the Environment. It brings together different stakeholders interested in the EU's environmental policies. This year's edition will focus, among others, on biodiversity, circular economy and zero pollution.

The EU Green Week consists of a two-day conference held in Brussels on 6 and 7 June 2023 as well as a series of partner events, held across Europe and beyond from Saturday 3 June to Sunday 11 June 2023. 

Throughout the week, partner events organised by schools, universities, business associations, environmental organisations, civil society, and government agencies will take place across Europe and beyond. These will raise awareness and educate people about the importance of protecting the environment and promoting sustainable living practices. They will include a variety of activities such as educational workshops, seminars, and eco-friendly projects highlighting the importance of “green” skills – skills which will empower people to join and contribute to the green transition.

EEA's role in the event

The EEA takes an active part in EU Green Week every year, presenting the latest assessment related to the thematic focus of the year. This year, the EEA will present its relevant work, including the recently launched Environment and Health Atlas. For in-person participants, visit the EEA stand in the exhibition area.