ENPI-SEIS (2010-2015) and ENI SEIS II (2016-2020)

[March 2016] CONTINUATION:

Two new 4-year projects (February 2016 - January 2020) implementing the Shared Environmental Information System principles and practices in the Eastern Partnership countries (ENI SEIS II East) and the ENP South Region (ENI SEIS II South)

Project vacancies - Link to EEA website

ENI SEIS II East:

  • Access to the Description of Action HERE
  • Breif description of Governance structure and Methodology HERE

ENI SEIS II South:

  • Access to the Description of Action HERE

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The ENPI-SEIS project, implemented by the European Environment Agency since 2010, gets to end on 31st March 2015. The aim of this project was to engage countries of the European Neighbourhood in regional cooperation to improve national capacities for managing and sharing environmental data and information.

The main achievements and outcomes of this cooperation can be found in:

The ENPI-SEIS team would like to thank all colleagues and partners for the efforts invested in this common endeavour of bringing SEIS to the European Neighbourhood.

Special acknowledgement goes to the National Focal Points in the partner countries for their great work and determination!

We will keep you informed about the process of further continuation of the cooperation as soon as there will be an outcome of the negotiations with the European Commission.

The project web site http://enpi-seis.pbe.eea.europa.eu/ will remain open for consultation as well as the project mail box: enpi-sesi@eea.europa.eu will remain active for your enquiries in the future, so don’t hesitate to drop a line.

We are looking forward to meeting you soon and continuing our fruitful cooperation.

For now, once again thank you very much, and see you soon!

ENPI-SEIS Team


The European Environment Agency (EEA) was assigned by European Commission Directorate-General EuropeAid Co-operation Office (EC/DG EuropeAid) to carry out a project for gradually extending the Shared Environment Information System (SEIS) principles to the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) South and East neighbours and the Russian Federation. The ENPI-SEIS project aims to improve environmental monitoring and data and information sharing by gradually extending the SEIS principles to the European neighbourhood.

The main outcomes of the ENPI-SEIS project will address the three SEIS componentscooperation, content and infrastructure — through enhanced networking with the national capacities on environmental information. Furthermore, it will promote open, public access to information through compatible and freely available exchange tools.

The overall goal of the project is to promote the protection of the environment in the countries of the ENPI area. In order to achieve this, the project aims towards a set of measurable and specific objectives:

  • to identify or further develop environmental indicators and scorecards suitable for the design and review of environmental policies, supporting the monitoring and compliance with various national, regional and international obligations and targets;
  • to improve capacities in the field of monitoring, collection, storage, assessment, and reporting of environmental data in the relevant environmental authorities including the national statistical systems, in compliance with reporting obligations to international agreements and in coordination with relevant regional initiatives;
  • to set up national and regional environmental information systems in the countries of the ENP area that are in line with the EU Shared Environmental Information System (SEIS), and
  • to track progress of the regional environmental initiatives (ENP, Eastern Partnership, Horizon 2020).

Read more about the project in the leaflet (EN, RU, FR)

 


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