Evidence-informed policymaking: a new document to foster discussion on a better use of scientific knowledge in policy
Scientific knowledge can help policymakers understand, identify and assess policy options.
We asked Vice-President Šuica about why the Commission wants to involve citizens in policymaking and how the Joint Research Centre can help.
The yield forecasts of grain maize, sunflowers and soybeans were further reduced due to the dry summer. In the case of grain maize, this comes on top of a reduction of the harvested area, as part of the crop planned for grain maize has been harvested as green maize (for fodder or silage).
The pandemic-induced remote schooling appears to have had dire consequences for educational achievement and deepened inequalities.
A new tool will improve access to statistics and indicators for tourism, supporting public authorities in tracking their progress in the green and digital transition.
Regalbuto sets an example by engaging citizens in new and innovative ways to rethink the town’s future together.
Global fossil CO2 emissions increased by 5.3% in 2021 as compared to 2020, almost reaching pre-pandemic 2019 levels, according to the 2022 report on CO2 emissions of all world countries.
Deployment of regional bioeconomy strategies has accelerated following the launch of the revised EU Bioeconomy strategy in 2018.
2022 Annual Economic Report on the EU Fishing Fleet: the sector is affected by high fuel prices in the wake of the war in Ukraine
EU fisheries are expected to struggle to maintain profits due increase in energy costs and inflation.
The September edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.