BRGM is a public institution for Earth science applications and provides support to national and local public stakeholders. It has just published its guidelines on this activity for 2023.
30 August 2022
Couverture et extraits du document d’orientation des activités d’appui aux politiques publiques 2022 du BRGM. Couverture et extraits du document d’orientation des activités d’appui aux politiques publiques 2022 du BRGM.

Cover and extracts from BRGM's 2023 public policy support activities orientation document.

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BRGM's public-policy support programme includes expert assessments, monitoring and studies dedicated to the development of products, processes and services for the government, local authorities, target-oriented agencies and other public institutions.

It is prepared in consultation with national and local public stakeholders during regional planning committee meetings. This programme is drawn up on the basis of general guidelines laid down by the national public services steering committee (CNO), which brings together BRGM's supervisory ministries, as well as ministries responsible for areas in which BRGM operates.

Six strategic guidelines

BRGM's public-policy support programme is based on six guidelines:

  • Improving knowledge of the subsurface and developing a geological infrastructure
  • Engaging in energy transition
  • Consolidating the rational, sustainable and responsible management of primary and secondary mineral resources
  • Better integrating risks to ensure sustainable spatial planning
  • Sustainably managing water resources
  • Managing the geoscientific and environmental data cycle

Discover these guidelines, illustrated with several examples planned for 2022, which will:

  • capitalise on the results of previous research,
  • enable exploratory to meet future needs of public authorities,
  • launch collaborative work to be undertaken with other public institutions in the framework of scientific partnerships.

Guidelines for supporting public policy-making for 2023