The JRC openly welcomes all kinds of queries from TV, radio, print and online media. We have an active policy of informing media on our ongoing activities and research results.
We regularly organise laboratory visits, technical briefings and press conferences and can provide competent interview partners on specific scientific topics.
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.
To contact a scientist working at the JRC, please get in touch with the JRC press office.
- Email: JRC-PRESSec [dot] europa [dot] eu (JRC-PRESS[at]ec[dot]europa[dot]eu)
Commission Spokesperson responsible for the JRC:
- Johannes Bahrke, Commission Spokesperson responsible for the JRC; Johannes [dot] BAHRKEec [dot] europa [dot] eu (Johannes[dot]BAHRKE[at]ec[dot]europa[dot]eu); +32 2 295 86 15
- Flore Boutier, Commission Press Officer responsible for the JRC; Flore [dot] BOUTIER1ec [dot] europa [dot] eu (Flore[dot]BOUTIER1[at]ec[dot]europa[dot]eu); +32 2 296 60 43
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Analysing food systems, from production and marketing to consumption and waste contributes towards the EU’s work on food security, biodiversity and addressing climate change.
The JRC’s research helps EU industry needs to undergo major transformations to meet the imperatives of climate neutrality, pollution reduction and circularity while remaining globally competitive, human-centred, inclusive and resilient in the face of unpredictable shocks and shifting geopolitics.
The JRC analyses EU and global population dynamics and their impact on various EU policy areas, including growth, employment, education, environment and health. Our research will help achieve an effective migration management system in the EU.
JRC supports the Commission’s work on strategic foresight and democratic policymaking processes.