Dutch to outline future EU green policy agenda

National environmental assessment agency to identify priorities for the next five years and set out vision for 2050

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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