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The downward revision of the yield forecasts for grain maize (-2%) and sunflowers (-5%) at EU level is mainly due to a worsened outlook for summer crops in Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece.
The yield forecasts for other summer crops, were revised slightly upward at EU level.
Monitoring the EU Digital Transformation: minimising burdens and fostering collaboration as key factors
A new JRC study identifies opportunities for streamlining the monitoring of European digital policies.
Low cereal yields expected in parts of East Africa, Central and South Asia and Central America
According to the October 2023 issue of the JRC MARS Bulletin – Global Outlook on Kazakhstan, dry and hot weather conditions during the summer compromised the growth and yield formation of winter and spring cereals.
The cohesion policy interventions taking place in the main beneficiary territories also benefit the policy main contributors thanks to spatial spillovers.
As severe floods hit Greece, Libya and Spain, the Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS), had a vital role in anticipating and responding to these natural hazards.
JRC maps and analyses key emerging types of data intermediaries – linking data subjects and/or data holders, on the one hand, and data users on the other hand – in support of the EU Data Governance Act.
Above to well-above average yield outlook for Türkiye
Good outlook for crop yields in Russia, despite weather extremes
Images from planes and drones complement satellite imagery. By the end of 2023, every EU country should become covered in case of a disaster.