The North Sea Commission is a cooperation platform for regions around the North Sea. Our mission is to further partnerships between regional authorities which face the challenges and opportunities presented by the North Sea.
Through dialogue and formal partnerships we seek to promote common interests, especially in relation to European Union institutions, national governments and other organizations dealing with issues that are relevant to the North Sea.
The main objectives of the North Sea Commission are
Cooperation focuses on 5 main themes and involves policy development and political lobbying, development of transnational projects and exchange of knowledge and best practice.
You can read more about the North Sea Commission and our work in the left navigation.
North Sea regions from Scotland, England, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway may become members of the North Sea Commission.
Click Membership if you would like to learn more about how to become a member of the North Sea Commission.