Corporate Europe Observatory

Exposing the power of corporate lobbying in the EU

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There are several ways to get involved in our work here at Corporate Europe Observatory.

Conferences, events, actions

Corporate Europe Observatory is involved in a range of actions, e-actions, conferences and other events. Sign up to our newsletter to find out more and join us!

Stay in touch and help us spread the news

Subscribe to our e-newsletter to make sure you stay up-to-date with our latest work. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for daily updates and insights into what’s going on inside the EU's 'Brussels bubble'. CEO also has accounts on Flickr, YouTube and Vimeo. And if you like what you see, why not recommend friends and colleagues to follow us?
For specific issues you can see who works for CEO, the issues they work on and their contact details here: http://corporateeurope.org/staff

Donate

Our independence is vitally important to our work, which is why CEO doesn’t accept any funding from the EU, governments or companies. We rely on grants and donations from engaged individuals. Please consider making a donation to support our work. Your funds, big or small, can help us increase our work exposing lobbying scandals and boost our campaigning against the capture of EU policy-making by big business.

Guided tours

When the weather allows it, CEO organises guided lobby tours of the EU quarter. We walk visitors around key lobby landmarks in the capital and explain how corporations manage to influence the EU institutions. Lobby tour dates are announced in our newsletter, on social media and here on the site. If you wish for us to arrange a guided tour for groups, please use the 'lobbytour' form and fill it with the details (group size, profile, preferred language, possible dates,...) and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Tips

If you have some information you want to share with us, you can write to ceo@corporateeurope.org.

 

 

An Open Letter to Heads of State and Government of the European Union

You have probably never heard of AMISA2. But it turns out that AMISA2 and its predecessor AMISA have had staggeringly regular high-level access to senior EU decision-makers for decades. It is a quiet but persistent presence operating in the shadows of the Brussels bubble.

A revised Emissions Trading Directive is like red meat for the hungry pack of lobbyists that work the corridors of Brussels’ political institutions. Even minor differences in how pollution permits are handed out can result in profits or savings of millions of euros to big polluters.

Read our submission to the EU lobby transparency register consultation and find out why the present, voluntary system just isn't enough.

The corporate lobby tour

Stop the Crop

Alternative Trade Mandate