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EU and US Agree to Cooperate on Environmental Research and Ecoinformatics


Under a new agreement reached on Friday, February 9th by the European Union and the United States, scientists and researchers from both continents will be working closer together to more strategically address common environmental challenges. The Environmental Protection Agency of the United States government and the European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union, have agreed on an "Implementing Arrangement on Environmental Research and Ecoinformatics" (the science of information in ecology and environmental science) which was negotiated under the auspices of the bilateral Science and Technology Agreement between the United States and the European Union.

"This bilateral research framework marks a new level of collaboration between the U.S. EPA and the Commission to help ensure that our efforts to protect the environment and public health, while promoting wealth through eco-innovation, are strongly supported by sound science. The collaboration will bring closer together scientists who are involved in policy analysis research and in this way help mutual understanding of topical environmental policy questions," said Jose Manuel Silva Rodr





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