The European Network of Environmental Professionals (ENEP) is an association of environmental experts from all over Europe. ENEP was founded in order to support the increasingly important and diverse role of European environmental professionals, working in industry, government, environmental services, teaching/research and NGOs. Most EU States already have local or national associations providing platforms that exchange professional information. ENEP aims to link these associations in order to raise their visibility, while promoting the mobility and effectiveness of their members to influence the design and implementation of effective policy at a European level.
- To use our working groups & networking activities to link environmental experts from all across Europe who seek to influence the EU environmental agenda.
- To provide effective tools to our members for the exchange of environmental knowledge and best practice throughout Europe.
- To promote international recognition of environmental qualifications and increase the mobility of environmental professionals.
- To contribute to forthcoming environmental legislation by circulating position papers on relevant issues throughout the European Union and its institutions.
- To promote ENEP (and our national federation members) as an effective international environmental network.
- To offer expert advice for the effective implementation of sound environmental legislation.
How ENEP can contribute to your EU projects
- ENEP can draw upon the expertise and networking opportunities of 45,000 environmental professionals, 23 national federations throughout 11 countries in the EU and beyond.
- Using its database of national and local experts from EU member states to raise awareness of your EU project.
- By providing validation experts for EU projects and tenders.
- By organising dissemination events in target member states.
- Advertise upcoming events and maximise participation through ENEP’s professional online platform and networks.
- Contribute our knowledge of local partnerships and regional groupings; including providing strategic contact with non-member professional and academic institutions.