Environmental Management (EMAS)

In the light of EUSPA’s mission and vision, and as part of the Financial Framework Partnership Agreement (FFPA) EUSPA is collaborating with the EC and ESA to jointly define modalities to reach European climate neutrality goal by 2050, and cooperating on activities contributing to this target.  

According to the Article 30 of the FFPA, EUSPA is expected to implement an environmental policy by the end of 2023, referring to the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS).

In line with the steps needed to fulfil this obligation, EUSPA has adopted its environmental policy and continues its efforts to achieve the EMAS certification.


Becoming an environmental leader and achieving continuous improvement through EMAS is easy, thanks to ten steps and four key principles: Plan-Do-Check-Act!

Updated: Jan 26, 2023