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EEAC discuss key challenges of European seas in EU Parliament

 The Working Group Marine and Water affairs of the EEAC met Tuesday 14th of April in the European Parliament to discuss key challenges of for European seas and oceans. The working group session was opened by Mr. Siemers (European Commission) and included contributions by Dr. Salomon (SRU), Dr Canals (CADS) and Mr. Founier (Oceana).

Later that day EEAC members  Abreu (CNADS), Canals and Queralt (EEAC Chair person) spoke during the roundtable on the bleu economy, an event organized by Claudia Monteiro de Aguiar (MEP). The round table gathered over sixty participants from Ngo’s, interest groups, political fractions, siense and governmental institutions.   

The event marks the beginning of a series of debates organized by the EEAC in Brussels during 2015, on the main European challenges in sustainable development.

Who we are

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The European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Councils (EEAC) is a network of advisory bodies established by national or regional governments.  EEAC members offer independent advice to their respective national or regional governments, proposing solutions and new understandings of the critical challenges facing our societies and the planet.  

What we do

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The EEAC provides an operational framework for joint activities, knowledge sharing, dialogue, informed debate and deliberation among different stakeholders and disciplines. It seeks to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and policymaking and to enrich the advice that individual advisory bodies can give to their governments by encouraging exchange of experience among members. The EEAC network also enables its members to better anticipate and prepare for forthcoming strategic issues at the European level.

Working groups

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Working groups (WG) are a key mechanism of collaboration in the EEAC network. The WGs bring together the views of individual advisory bodies on selected and strategic topics, such as sustainable development, energy and ecosystems.

Annual conference

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Every year, EEAC organizes an Annual Conference, hosted by one of its members. The EEAC annual conference theme is mostly related to environment and sustainable development topics. The Annual Conferences section provides information about past conferences and about EEAC's upcoming Annual Conference.


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