The North Sea Commission was founded in 1989 to facilitate and enhance partnerships between regions which manage the challenges and opportunities presented by the North Sea. Furthermore, to promote the North Sea Basin as a major economic entity within Europe, by encouraging joint development initiatives and political lobbying at European Union level.
The North Sea Commission has determined that its activities must be action orientated, involving co-operation programmes, research activities, funding applications, and joint policy statements which bring positive benefits to the people of the North Sea Basin.
PowerPoint presentation about NSC and a North Sea Region 2020;
NSC and NSR2020 (4.95 MB)
The North Sea Commission is one of seven Commissions under the umbrella
of CPMR (the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions)
Who is who in the thematic groups and who are members of the Executive Committee.