The resources of the EBB cover such environmental issues as climate change, biodiversity, circular economy, air, water, soil, chemical pollution. They also address policies on industry, energy, agriculture, product design and waste prevention.
EBB Working Groups facilitate information exchange, discussions, monitoring of policy developments, and the organization of campaign and lobby work. They develop EEB policies and strategies and for debates with policymakers and invited experts.
Engaging in events and publishing reports, position papers, statements and news, communications is an integral part of the EEB advocacy. EBB has media networks to ensure an effective complement to direct advocacy and mobilization.