A new JRC paper examines ways to empower the energy vulnerable consumers, looking at exemplary practices from around Europe. Promising initiatives include energy advisors, trusted intermediaries, locally embedded innovative business models, trainings of energy actors, energy ombudsmen, energy cafés.
A JRC report published today sheds light on the key requirements that can make or break the EU’s green and digital transitions.
Improvements in aligning environmental and climate monitoring in the Western Balkans but implementation is patchy.
New harmonised European performance requirements will pave the way for high-quality, X-ray scanners, reinforcing protection from security threats in public spaces across the EU.
The June edition of the JRC MARS bulletin – Global outlook for Russia shows positive yield prospects for winter and spring cereals.
The June edition of the JRC MARS bulletin – Global outlook for Kazakhstan shows average yield prospects for spring and winter cereals.
1200 municipalities in the EU are marked by multiple attributes of lonely places, such as depopulation, poor access to services, slow internet connection. But solutions exist.
Researchers, policymakers and industry should involve children and their caregivers when designing new policies and initiatives dealing with artificial intelligence-based technologies.
Today, the Commission organises a conference hybrid and in Brussels on the contribution of Artificial Intelligence in making key public services available online in the EU.
The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) celebrates a decade of operation as a world leader in emergency mapping, early warning tools and open-access disaster information.