The project partners

The project partners

 

 

European Environmental Bureau (EBB) is the largest inclusive network of environmental citizens’ organisations in Europe. It currently consists of over 160 member organisations in more than 35 countries (all EU Member States plus some accession and neighbouring countries). The EEB works together with civil society to promote progressive environmental policy and its implementation in the EU at EU and Member State levels. For this project, EEB has taken the role of the overall lead and is responsible for the grant, moreover EEB will also engage with Brussels institutions to promote ambition within the MFF and Recovery Plan.
Clean Air Action Group (HU) has more than 30 years of experience in working on environmental fiscal reform and on EU funding. During The current EUKI Project (“An MMF for the Climate”) CAAG was responsible, among others, for carrying out a survey of civil society experts throughout the EU on the MFF. The results are published in a 288-page document. CAAG will be responsible for the implementation of Action 2. It will develop guidelines and coordinate capacity building and networking activities for Action 2 subgrantees, including through an international online workshop and online seminars. It will also deliver communications and press work for Action 2. CAAG will also deliver the national work related to Action 2 in Hungary. Finally, it will coordinate with the EEB for cross-cutting activities.
CEEWeb for Biodiversity is a network of 53 non-governmental organizations which has been committed for the past 25 years to the conservation of biodiversity in the Central and Eastern European region.CEEWeb is responsible (under the supervision of EEB) for providing input to the project in connection with biodiversity and agriculture and coordinating the related work of the other project participants.
The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) from Bulgaria is a not-for-profit NGO which aims at adding value to the membership of Bulgaria in the European Union and thus at supporting the reform processes in South Eastern.
Centre for Transport and Energy (CDE) from Czech Republic is a non-profit NGO which focuses on the environmental impacts of transportation and energy production, especially those on the Earth's climate.
Green Liberty from Latvia is a non-profit NGO which aims at raising awareness about social and environmental implications of current trends in consumerism, trade and globalization, empowering people to make meaningful decisions connected with their lives directly and indirectly and opposing abuses of power.
Focus Eco Center from Romania is an environmental non-governmental organization promoting sustainable development and environment protection.
Polish Green Network (PGN) from Poland is a network regrouping ten associations and foundations and cooperating regularly with about 30 civic society organizations. The main areas of its activities are advocating for social and environmental justice within sustainable development, establishing social control mechanisms over public funds, increasing consumers' impact on multinational corporations, building public support for development and providing development assistance in the Global South countries and Eastern Europe.
CEPTA from Slovakia is a NGO that develops activities to protect the environment, nature, promote civic participation, a healthy lifestyle and sustainable alternatives to the current consumer lifestyle.
Umanotera from Slovenia is an organisation promoting the transfer of the principles of sustainable development into a way of life. Umanotera is also the coordinator of a network of nongovernmental organizations in the field of sustainable development Plan B for Slovenia.