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The European environment information and observation network (Eionet) is a partnership of the EEA and 38 countries (32 members and 6 cooperating ones). The Eionet aims to provide timely and quality-assured data, information and expertise for assessing the state of the environment in Europe and the pressures acting upon it. The EEA is responsible for developing the network and coordinating its activities. To do so, the EEA works closely together with national focal points (NFPs), typically national environment agencies or environment ministries.
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Countries and Eionet
The EEA now has 33 member countries and six cooperating countries. The European environment information and observation network (Eionet) is a partnership network of the EEA and the countries. The EEA is responsible for developing the network and coordinating its activities. To do so, the EEA works closely together with national focal points, typically national environment agencies or environment ministries. They are responsible for coordinating national networks involving many institutions (about 350 in all).
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Sharing environmental information in Europe
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Publication Eionet priority data flows May 2005-April 2006
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Publication Eionet priority data flows May 2008-April 2009
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Publication Eionet priority data flows, June 2006-April 2007
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Publication Eionet priority data flows, May 2007-April 2008
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Publication Eionet priority data flows, May 2011–April 2012
Eionet data flow progress report
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Publication Eionet priority data flows, May 2013 – April 2014
Eionet data flow progress report
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Publication Eionet priority data flows, May 2014 - April 2015
The purpose of the report is to show progress against agreed, stable and well‑defined criteria, in order to allow countries to identify and confirm the institutional resources they need for regular reporting procedures. It also aims to encourage better performance through friendly competition amongst countries concentrating on achievements rather than failures.
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European Environment Agency (EEA)
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