Partnership agreed to improve access to pan-European maps for Copernicus users

29th March 2017









Pictured here: Dr Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director, EEA (left), Mick Cory, Secretary General and Executive Director, EuroGeographics (middle) and Anders Sandin, Chair of the EuroGeographics Copernicus Knowledge Exchange Network (right) at today's signing.

Users of Copernicus services are set to benefit from a new partnership which improves access to pan-European maps and land information from official sources.

The cooperation agreement signed today (29 March) between the European Environment Agency (EEA) and EuroGeographics signals a commitment to make more national authoritative geospatial information available through the European Commission’s flagship initiative for earth observation and monitoring.