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This image is of an organogram of the Directorate General Environment, a section of the EU administration system. The diagram includes the names of the individual staff members, but these are omitted from the figure description because they are not important for understanding this diagram or for clarity

The largest and uppermost box is labelled Director General. This links to

  • Assistant to Director General
  • Shared Internal Audit Capability
  • Resources Cellule
  • Deputy Director General

The Deputy Director General is directly linked to six columns labelled A to F, each having its own sub-hierarchy. The columns and subcomponents are as follows:

  • A.Green Economy
    • Eco-Innovation & Circular Economy
    • Waste Management & Recycling
    • Chemicals
  • B.Natural Capital
    • Agriculture, Forests & Soil
    • Bio-diversity
    • Nature
  • C.Quality of Life, Water & Air
    • Water
    • Marine Environment & Water Industry
    • Air & Industrial Emissions
  • D.Implementation, Governance and Semester
    • Enforcement, Cohesion Policy & European Semester, Cluster 1
    • Enforcement, Cohesion Policy & European Semester, Cluster 2
    • Enforcement, Cohesion Policy & European Semester, Cluster 3
    • Governance, Information & Reporting
  • E.Global & Regional Challenges, LIFE
    • International, Regional & Bilateral Relations
    • Global Sustainability, Trade & Multilateral Agreements
    • LIFE – Nature
    • LIFE – Environment
  • F.Strategy
    • Resource Efficiency & Economic Analysis
    • Strategy, Coordination & Communication
    • Knowledge, Risks & Urban Environment

Additionally, the SIAC oversees the following column of:

  • Shared Resources Directorate
  • Human Resources & Administration
  • Finance
  • Information Technology

 8.4.1 Hierarchies