Partnership for European Environmental Research
IV - Think tanks, research and academic institutions
Think tanks and research institutions
Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, 1
(+33) 140 96 61 21
Mr Jean-Marc Bournigal
Mr Denis Despréaux
PEER is a partnership of eight of the largest European environmental centres founded in 2001 with the aim of combining forces to follow a joint strategy in environmental sciences and to enhance research on ecological sustainability. This co-operation was confirmed by a Framework Agreement signed on 25 June 2002 in Roskilde, and renewed in 2007.
PEER member centres carry out basic and applied research combining different disciplines from natural and social sciences. Research covers all fields of the environment, particularly addressing the interaction between man and nature.
To be a world leader in integrating knowledge and expertise for sustainable development.
- to build a strategic partnership of major European public environmental research centres;
- to lead a European Research Area that strengthens the knowledge base for the sustainable development of a changing world;
- to foster innovative interdisciplinary research and cross-cutting approaches in support of national and European policy-makers, industry and society.
Water Framework directive
Elaboration of position papers on European Programmes, especially research and innovation programmes
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Partnership for European Environmental Research (PEER)
01/2011 - 12/2011
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No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
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