Public consultation concerning a possible EU Space ProgrammeJanuary 4, 2011 at 10:11 am | Posted in Space Law Current Events | Leave a comment
by P.J. Blount with the blog faculty
Source – The European Commission:
Public consultation concerning a possible EU Space Programme
All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly sought from space policy stakeholders, including public authorities and space industry.
Period of consultation
From 03/01/2011 to 28/02/2011
Objective of the consultation
This consultation is part of an impact assessment on a possible Commission proposal for an EU Space Programme concentrating on the protection of space infrastructures and space exploration. The objective of the consultation is to obtain the views of the European public, as well as concerned European stakeholders, on the adequacy and the scope of possible EU measures in these fields.
More information and reference documents are available here pdf – 35 KB [35 KB] .
How to submit your contribution
We welcome contributions from citizens, organisations and public authorities.
• If you are answering this consultation as a citizen, please click here to submit your contribution.
• If you are answering this consultation on behalf of an organisation, please click here to submit your contribution.
• If you are answering this consultation on behalf of a public authority, please click here to submit your contribution.
Replies can be given to all or simply to parts of the questionnaire.
View the consultation background document
Background document to the public consultation concerning a possible EU Space Programme pdf – 35 KB [35 KB]
View the questionnaire
Responsible service: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry, Space Policy and Coordination
Postal address: European Commission, DG Enterprise and Industry, Room 9/40 Breydel Building, 45 Avenue d’Auderghem, 1049 Brussels
View the contributions
In the interests of transparency, organisations have been invited to provide the public with relevant information about themselves by registering in the Interest Representative Register and subscribing to its Code of Conduct. If the organisation is not registered, the submission is published separately from the registered organisations.