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Thursday, 04 February 2016

Tuesday, 02 February 2016

A natural, long-lasting solution to preserving Europe's cultural treasures

Bac, medieval fortress in SerbiaFrom fairy-tale fortresses to majestic monasteries, preserving Europe's cultural treasures takes time and money. New all-natural materials developed by EU-funded researchers could help ensure that cleaning and protection become less frequent and less costly. Read more

Monday, 01 February 2016

Tracking the actors of innovation in agriculture

Photo of some cows in a barn The times when all farmers needed was a fertile plot of land are long gone. Today, they need input from many sources to do their job. Agricultural knowledge and information systems (AKIS) provide farmers with knowledge on agricultural innovations; an EU-funded project took stock to better understand these systems. Read more

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Understanding climate change in the Mediterranean

Chiba Dam - TunisiaThe Mediterranean and neighbouring countries are a climate change hotspot, the climate research community believes. Projections suggest water availability is highly likely to fall, while demand will rise. The EU-funded CLIWASEC project cluster studied climate change impacts on water and security, and helped prepare Europe and its neighbours for the challenges ahead with guidance on water efficiency and stakeholder involvement. Read more

Friday, 22 January 2016

Conserving biodiversity together for a sustainable future

Photo of sea underwater Biodiversity is a prerequisite for our existence, but is rarely top of our daily list of priorities. The EU recognises the value of biodiversity; it's funded NetBiome-CSA to support life on earth, including yours. Read more

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Local communities and scientists join forces for conservation

Photo of the rivers near Bonito, Brazil Such is the wealth of biodiversity in Latin America that several countries sport the label 'megadiverse'. But biological hotspots are also often home to precious cultural diversity. EU and Latin American researchers studied community-based initiatives to protect both - together known as 'biocultural diversity'. The findings fed into guides to local conservation. Read more

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