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The climate and environmental issues that are affecting Europe go well beyond European Union (EU) borders. International cooperation is key for solving today’s crises and this is the reason why the EEA is involved in carefully selected projects and cooperation agreements supporting environmental and climate policies in Europe and beyond.
Current projects and agreements
Copernicus and Sentinel data (WEkEO)
EuroGeographics and Eumetnet
European Climate and Health Observatory
European Climate Risk Assessment
Global Resources Outlook
HBM4EU & PARC
Integrating Western Balkans Partners in the work of the EEA
The EEA is involved in several other agreements that support environmental and climate policies, including:
- In partnership with the Directorate-General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA) of the European Commission - Supporting the mission of adaptation to climate change and the development of the first EU-wide climate risk assessment.
- In partnership with Eurostat (ESTAT) - Supporting the better use of ESTAT data and accounts to improve the generation and sharing of environmental knowledge for EU policies.
Beyond the projects and cooperation stated above, the EEA does not typically act as a formal project partner for projects led by external organisations.