EU Green Week Media Partners agree to promote EU Green Week in their print and online publications, websites or newsletters free of charge. In exchange, the European Commission agrees to feature the Media Partner on our Green Week website. This is an agreement with no financial commitment for either party.
If you are interested in becoming our media partner, please contact us.
Please find below the list of all EU Green Week 2022 Media Partners:
Euronews is Europe's leading international news channel. Unapologetically impartial, Euronews welcomes all views and all voices so that audiences can be empowered to form their own opinion. With 15 distinct cross-platform language editions and bureaus and correspondents across the world, Euronews cultivates a “glocal” approach to news, bringing global media content tailored to the expectations of local audiences. Euronews broadcasts in 160 countries and is distributed in over 440 million homes – including 68% of homes in the European Union and United Kingdom. With 23 million followers on social media platforms and over 25 million average monthly unique viewers on its website and app, Euronews has a strong presence on digital platforms. According to the Global Web Index (2021), it reaches over 145 million people, both on TV and digital platforms.
Euronews green is the home of ideas around green trends, eco-innovations and sustainable living. www.euronews.com/green
From May 30 to June, euronews and euronew.com/green will provide a special coverage to the EU Green Week.
Established in 1965, The Brussels Times is today Belgium’s largest daily news media in English. Our mission statement is to provide expats, foreigners and internationally oriented Belgians with continuous high quality coverage of Belgian news, EU Affairs and opinion pieces. The Brussels Times has no political affiliation and seeks to present the news fair-mindedly and offer a wide range of analysis and opinion pieces. We also publish The Brussels Times Magazine, which is a bi-monthly magazine focusing on two notable components of Brussels, namely its role as the political capital of Europe as well as an international center for contemporary art.