The first Zero Pollution Outlook by the JRC analyses whether the EU is on track to reach its zero pollution targets with current and newly proposed EU policies.
The JRC provides the scientific basis for the new Commission's recommendation on design of safer and more sustainable chemicals.
A JRC study measures the effects of high prices on poverty indicators from an innovative angle.
REGIONS2030 project was launched to engage EU regions in monitoring the Social Development Goals with ten initial participants
A new website will track the deployment of key internet standards, essential for free, open, accessible and secure global internet
With current policies, the temperature increase is set to reach 2.8°C. Science helps to cut emissions and adapt to a changing climate.
European Forest Fire report: Three of the worst fire seasons on record took place in the last six years
The JRC published the latest edition of its Annual Report on Forest Fires in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa in 2021.
A new assessment shows the cumulative impact of water, wind, tillage and harvesting on farmland at European scale
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 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.
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.
More coordinated efforts are needed on specific youth policies globally, especially on exposure to climate change and participation.
A new analysis of existing minimum income schemes in EU countries shows a reform can help reduce poverty and social exclusion at relatively low cost.
A new recommendation, based on the latest scientific evidence, to increase the number of screenings, covering more target groups and more cancers.
The European Commission will use the findings of 4 JRC studies as input for a proposal to revise the EU rules on the information provided to consumers as part of the EU’s ‘Farm-to-Fork’ Strategy and Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.
To mitigate the damaging effects of wildfires, harmonised procedures for wildfire risk assessment are needed at the Pan-European scale, enhancing planning and coordination of prevention, preparedness, and cross-border firefighting actions