Public consultation on the EIB Group's Environmental and Social Sustainability Framework

Closes 6 Aug 2021

Consultation contents

This consultation is organised into 17 short chapters.

Chapter A asks questions about the new EIB Group Environmental and Social Policy. Chapters D-N ask questions about the revised Environmental and Social Standards. In addition, the EIB would also like to hear your views on its approach to human rights (Chapter B) and on some cross-cutting themes (Chapter C), such as gender. In Chapter O, you can also share any additional comments and suggestions you may have on matters not covered in any of the questionnaire’s sections. These chapters are all optional – you may answer as many or as few questions as you wish.

The information requested in Chapters P (About you) and Q (Consent) is mandatory.

Most of the questions are in closed, multiple-choice format. All multiple-choice questions provide space for you to add comments. This is not mandatory, but it would help us greatly if you could explain your answers, providing concrete examples, where possible, to illustrate your points. 

Each chapter should take about 10-25 minutes to complete.

After completing a chapter, click on “Continue” to come back to this contents page. You then have three options:

  1. Respond to questions in another chapter.
  2. "Save and come back later" if you wish to resume answering the questionnaire at a later date. You will be provided with a unique link to your draft response.  This link can be shared with other colleagues for their input (for example). It will allow you to come back to your draft at a later stage when you are ready to continue. The EIB does not have access to these draft contributions.
  3. "Finish" the questionnaire, and submit your formal contribution to the consultation.  Please only choose this option if you are sure that you have responded to all the relevant questions.

Thank you for contributing to this public consultation!

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Chapter A: EIB Group Environmental and Social Policy
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Chapter B: The EIB’s approach to human rights
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Chapter C: Cross-cutting issues
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Chapter D: Environmental and/or social impacts and risks (Standard 1)
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Chapter E: Stakeholder engagement (Standard 2)
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Chapter F: Resource efficiency and pollution prevention (Standard 3)
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Chapter G: Biodiversity and ecosystems (Standard 4)
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Chapter H: Climate change (Standard 5)
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Chapter I: Involuntary resettlement (Standard 6)
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Chapter J: Vulnerable groups and Indigenous Peoples (Standard 7)
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Chapter K: Labour rights (Standard 8)
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Chapter L: Occupational and public health, safety and security (Standard 9)
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Chapter M: Cultural heritage (Standard 10)
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Chapter N: Intermediated finance (Standard 11)
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Chapter O: Additional comments
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Chapter P: About you - personal information of the respondent(s) (Required)
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Chapter Q: Consent (Required)
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