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Technicians of the Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development NEIKER-Tecnalia have in recent days been felling trees to simulate the effect of the wind in mountains in the Bizkaia. [read more]
European decision makers are able to access a complete panorama of ways to reach farmers with information, orientation and support thanks to the PRO AKIS project, which has mapped the many different knowledge sources available to farmers in the European Union (EU). [read more]
The EU-funded AMPERE project has analysed various projected scenarios on climate change and its effects on society and found that taking action sooner rather than later reduces the costs of mitigation. [read more]
The EC-funded AQUAEXCEL project hosted a successful workshop entitled "Research Infrastructures: adding value to European aquaculture industry” on Friday 17 October 2014 at the Aquaculture Europe 2014 conference in San Sebastian, Spain. [read more]
Disruptive technologies can foster the creation of new markets but may generate new challenges before they are brought to real life. A round table discussion organised by the JRC focused on the example of the flying car and explored the role science can play in horizon scanning, regulation and standardisation. [read more]
Meeting the challenge of developing a sustainable living may require introducing agriculture in urban areas [read more]
Today, the ancient city of Rome welcomed an important new initiative for the large-scale integration of grids and of renewables sources into Europe’s energy mix [read more]
JRC scientists have developed a new index to measure the magnitude of heat waves, in cooperation with colleagues from five research organisations. According to the index projections, under the worst climate scenario of temperature rise nearing 4.8⁰C, extreme heat waves will become the norm by the end of the century. Heat waves like the one that hit Russia in summer 2010, the strongest on record in recent decades, will occur as often as every two years in southern Europe, North and South America, Africa and Indonesia. [read more]
On 6 November 2014, CEPS will host a lunchtime seminar in Brussels set to explore how the adoption of trust-based strategies for compliance can be applied to the fight against fraud and financial crimes. The meeting, chaired by Professor Elspeth Guild, will host representatives from the Italian Presidency, the European Parliament, OLAF and EUROJUST, as well as academics. For more information about the event and about the FIDUCIA project please visit: http://www.ceps.eu/event/financial-crimes-and-fraud-european-union-towards-trust-based-strategies-compliance and http://www.fiduciaproject.eu/. [read more]
This seminar will discuss critical policy challenges in dealing with rural-urban connections in sub-Saharan Africa based on policy dialogues in the four case countries in Africa: Tanzania, Rwanda, Cameroon and Ghana. The aim of the RurbanAfrica project is to explore and describe the multiple links between rural and urban areas. Registration required via EUROPEAID-INFOPOINT-CONFERENCES@ec.europa.eu Information: http://www.ec.europa.eu/europeaid/infopoint [read more]