While it can improve productivity and service quality, algorithmic management also presents risks about workers’ surveillance and job quality, particularly if there aren’t robust legal safeguards.
What gender inequalities need to be addressed to achieve a just energy transition? Find out in a new JRC report.
Ten upcoming free trade agreements (FTA) will diversify trade sources, thus improve the resilience of EU food supply chains.
Severe and prolonged drought events have affected Europe for more than two years and northern Africa for six years, causing water shortages and hampering vegetation growth.
Photovoltaic (PV) on roof and water bodies, and along roads and railways could push EU total installed capacity over 1 TWp.
A text mining exercise, coupled with expert knowledge, identifies 77 emerging energy technologies. Public research and funding play a prominent role in their development.
JRC's analysis and scientific evidence fed into the impact assessment accompanying the Commission’s communication on the recommended target.
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Soil loss by water erosion could grow by up to 66% over the period 2015-2070. Europe’s broad base of crop production and agricultural trade exposure will result in minor productivity and economic losses.
The January edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.