Over time, nuclear research achieved important results also in fields that are unrelated with energy, such as nuclear forensics and healthcare.
The gap between countries’ and global models' measuring shows net-zero emissions need to be achieved earlier, up to five years before previously estimated target dates.
The Urban PM2.5 Atlas pinpoints sectors and extent of air pollution across 150 European cities thanks to updated dataset and methodology.
In 2022, land roughly the size of Corsica was scorched by wildfires in the EU, according to the latest report on fires in the pan-European region.
An expected renaissance of democracies, a critical youth, and a more active civil society were sources of hope amid geopolitical angst, climate urgency, and AI unease.
EU shows greatest strength in wind (rotors), heat pumps, offshore operations (for installation of renewables), and heating and cooling networks.
Two new JRC handbooks list key actions for effectively countering threats from uncooperative Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
In 2022, the world’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions grew by 1.4% as compared to 2021, while EU GHG emissions fell by 0.8%, according to a new study.
Influencing global demographic trends is challenging. A new JRC report explores the role of policies in addressing demographic change.
Covering just 1% of the utilised agricultural area (UAA) with agrivoltaic systems could result in approximately 944 GW direct current of installed capacity.
The Atlas provides for the first time a comprehensive assessment and mapping of drought risks and impacts in the EU for a global warming of 1.5, 2 and 3 degrees.
Exacerbated by an ageing population, the burden of cancer is increasing, with the number of new cases reaching 2.74 million in 2022.
JRC report provides estimations for 4 carbon-intensive industries to support EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM).
New JRC data supports Members States and the EU in their digital transformation.
Nearly 238 million people across 48 food crisis countries face high levels of acute food insecurity, affecting nearly 1 in 5 individuals of the analysed population.
A new JRC report shows that fighting disinformation and efficient communication are key for sustaining solidarity with displaced people.
JRC actively supports the Commission across its political priorities and in response to challenges and crisis. Discover how.
This year’s fire season in Europe has been devastating for humans and the environment.
The JRC’s monitoring helps assess the damage and extent of the fires to support firefighting efforts.
A JRC sampling campaign shows that cases of dual food quality products – with same or a similar packaging but different composition – have declined as compared to a 2018/2019 testing.