Asia-Europe Environmental Technology Centre (AEETC)
1999-03-29 Pathum Thani Thailand
29 Mar 1999, Pathumthani (Thailand), when became operational in a 3-year pilot phase, following a decision made at inaugural F-XF4191 - Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), 1-2 Mar 1996. Assumed dissolved prior to 2014.
Achieve a balance between development and conservation through environmental cooperation based on equal partnership and mutual benefit; assist ASEM member countries in addressing environmental problems; serve as an instrument in assessing, adapting and testing environmental technology; stimulate strategic thinking on environmental issues of common interest and concern to ASEM member countries; strengthen cooperation and collaboration among environmental institutions in the region.
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Fully autonomous, with nominal link to Thai Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment.
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