Institute for European Environmental Policy

Founding Year: 1976

Staff: 29

Budget: €2.136m (2019)

Céline Charveriat (Executive Director)

The Institute for European Environmental Policy is an independent sustainability think tank “committed to advancing impact-driven sustainability policy across the EU and the world.” It works “with stakeholders across EU institutions, international bodies, academia, civil society and industry” producing evidence-based research and policy insight. The Institute’s work areas include; agriculture & land management, climate change & energy, green economy, industrial pollution & chemicals, water, marine & fisheries, natural resources & waste, biodiversity and ecosystem services, global challenges and sdgs, and environmental governance.

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HIGHLIGHTS:

    • Think 2030 – Launched in 2018, it “is an evidence-based, non-partisan platform of leading policy experts from European think tanks, civil society, the private sector and local authorities.”

 

Institute for European Environmental Policy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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