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Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform

The EU’s zero pollution ambition was set out in the European Green Deal to protect Europe’s citizens and ecosystems.

Objectives

The Platform will help deliver on the flagship initiatives and actions set out in the Zero Pollution Action Plan by

  • defining a common vision on how to achieve zero pollution objectives
  • bringing together actors from different communities and areas of expertise to tackle inter-related challenges, such as strengthening a joint environment and health agenda
  • developing and sharing good practices on cross-cutting topics

Actions

Find out how the flagship initiatives of the zero pollution action plan are being implemented.

Get involved

Become a member of the platform, or get involved in other ways.

Funding opportunities

Have a look at the EU financing opportunities to foster the zero pollution ambition.

Knowledge hub

Discover the knowledge hub, which will include a series of “Zero Pollution Talks”.

Sign up to the newsletter

You can view the previous editions of the Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform newsletter here.

News

News article |

In April, the European Commission adopted proposals for revised EU measures to address pollution from large industrial installations through revision of the IED and the European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR) Regulation (to create the Industrial Emissions Portal).

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The Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform, a joint initiative of the European Commission (EC) and the European Committee of the Regions (CoR), held its first workshop on 24-25 May under the title “Towards a Zero Pollution Monitoring and Outlook”.

News announcement |

The Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform, a joint initiative of the European Commission (EC) and the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) , held its second meeting on 25 April with a focus on the Zero Pollution Action Plan as a key driver for reducing health inequalities in the EU.

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In this interview, Marieke Schouten, Alderman of the municipality of Nieuwegein and co-chair of the Zero Pollution Stakeholder Platform defends the concept of 'One Health' and the need to support local and regional authorities to deliver solutions adapted to each territory.