Difference between revisions of "European Environmental Agency (EEA)"

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The European Environment Agency aims to support [[sustainable development]] and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy-making agents and the public. The EEA has developed a set of indicators with regard to [[climate change]] (greenhouse gasses and temperature), and for the marine environment ([[nutrients]] and chlorophyll).<ref name="marine board">Phillipart C.J.M. (ed.) (2007). Impacts of climate change on the European marine and coastal environment: ecosystems approach. ''European Science Foundation, Marine Board: Strasbourg, France''. 82pp</ref>
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The European Environment Agency aims to support [[sustainable development]] and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy-making agents and the public. The EEA has developed a set of indicators with regard to [[climate change]] (greenhouse gasses and temperature), and for the marine environment ([[nutrients]] and chlorophyll).<ref name="marine board">Phillipart C.J.M. (ed.) (2007). Impacts of climate change on the European marine and coastal environment: ecosystems approach. ''European Science Foundation, Marine Board: Strasbourg, France''. 82pp</ref>  
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===External links===
 
===External links===

Revision as of 18:23, 15 December 2008

Definition of European Environmental Agency (EEA):
The European Environment Agency aims to support sustainable development and to help achieve significant and measurable improvement in Europe's environment through the provision of timely, targeted, relevant and reliable information to policy-making agents and the public. The EEA has developed a set of indicators with regard to climate change (greenhouse gasses and temperature), and for the marine environment (nutrients and chlorophyll).[1]
This is the common definition for European Environmental Agency (EEA), other definitions can be discussed in the article


External links

http://www.eea.europa.eu (visited 31/08/2007)

References

  1. Phillipart C.J.M. (ed.) (2007). Impacts of climate change on the European marine and coastal environment: ecosystems approach. European Science Foundation, Marine Board: Strasbourg, France. 82pp