European Environmental Citizens' Organisation for Standardisation (ECOS)
Organisation européenne environnementale citoyenne de normalisation
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Founded 2001. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 96668093651-33.
Combat climate change; foster energy and resource efficiency; protect environmental health; ensure that standardization contributes to a sustainable economy and, in some cases, allows for proper and effective implementation of European legislation; represent European environmental NGOs in technical development and decision-making processes related to standards and technical regulations for products and services; assess the quality of these processes and related deliverables and discuss with the EU institutions how they can be improved; contribute to the uptake of and information on sustainable products and activities; disseminate information on standardization developments, activities and achievements among environmental NGOs; support national NGOs in their involvement in standardization.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; Task Forces. Secretariat, based in Brussels (Belgium).
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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