Unusually warm weather can store up trouble for the coming months.
New legal norms give existing installations four years to adapt, while new facilities must comply immediately.
The November edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
Cold start to winter improved frost tolerance rather than causing damage
According to the November issue of the JRC MARS Bulletin - Crop monitoring in Europe, the review period (1 October to 14 November 2022) was the warmest in its records (since 1991).
The October edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
EU legislation ushers in groups of small consumers - called independent aggregators - as new active and flexible players in the internal electricity market for greater grid stability and security of supp
Existing installations will have 4 years to comply with stricter environmental norms, while new installations will have to comply immediately.
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).
Deployment of regional bioeconomy strategies has accelerated following the launch of the revised EU Bioeconomy strategy in 2018.
The September edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
The JRC releases a freely available knowledge base describing 449 non-animal models used for cardiovascular disease research.
The European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM), and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) deepen cooperation to include the development of nuclear safety requirements for small modular reactors (SMR) and for fusion facilities.
The September edition of the JRC MARS Bulletin in the global outlook series on Russia shows that the grain yield and production outlook were revised upward compared with the June edition of the Bulletin.
The September edition of the JRC MARS bulletin – Global outlook for Kazakhstan shows yield forecasts somewhat above the 5-year average for winter cereals (+6%) and grain maize (+6%), and slightly below the 5-year average for spring cereals (-2%).
Yield forecasts for summer crops are further reduced.
The summer drought that kept its grip on Europe has ended in most regions.
The September edition of the JRC MARS Bulletin in the global outlook series on Turkey, shows that yield forecasts for winter cereals and summer crops are in line with – or above – the 5-year average.
The September edition of the JRC MARS Bulletin in the global outlook series on Ukraine, shows that the country experienced mixed weather conditions throughout the summer of 2022.
Famine projected in parts of Somalia; Major floods hit Pakistan, East and West Africa
Yield outlook for summer crops further reduced