The Dutch environmental assessment agency is to identify future EU environment policy priorities as the European commission prepares to begin a new five-year term in mid-2009.
The study is intended to provide input to discussions on the commission's policy agenda for this period. It also aims to set out a vision for 2050, exploring future challenges in three areas: energy and climate; agriculture, land and biodiversity; and transport and mobility.
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