Stronger policy evaluation key for progress on environment and climate, says EEA

The European Environment Agency is looking to strengthen its approach to EU policy evaluation to address increasingly complex environmental and related health problems

The European Environment Agency (EEA) is looking to strengthen its approach to EU policy evaluation to address increasingly complex environmental and related health problems.

In particular, the EEA is seeking to explore what it calls systemic evaluation – the role and effectiveness of environment and climate policies that influence ecosystems, production and consumption, as well as food, energy and transport systems.

In a report issued this week (5 September), the EEA said while there is increased awareness of the systemic causes of environmental change, designing and evaluating policies that reflect this remains a challenge.

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