EU Science Hub

Search

The price of rice rose by 44-50% during the COVID-19 lockdown in Nigeria.
The price of rice rose by 44-50% during the COVID-19 lockdown in Nigeria.
Dec 04 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated lockdown measures have been a shock to food systems worldwide, affecting both supply and demand.

This has led to unforeseen fluctuations in food prices, particularly at country and local levels, which have hit the poor and vulnerable hardest.

In order to help tackle the food-security issues resulting from such price fluctuations, policymakers need reliable real-time data of where their interventions are most needed.

Geolocations mentioned in coronavirus media coverage showing large clusters of news reports.
Geolocations mentioned in coronavirus media coverage showing large clusters of news reports.
Dec 03 2020
This media surveillance collects articles reported through publicly available web sites.
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC120567
Authors: 
YASINSKA Inna M.
MEYER Helge
SCHLICHTNER Stephanie
HUSSAIN Rohanah
SILIGARDI Giuliano
CASELY-HAYFORD Maxwell
FIEDLER Walter
WELLBROCK Jasmin
DESMET Cloe
CALZOLAI Luigi
VARANI Luca
BERGER Steffen M.
RAAP Ulrike
GIBBS Bernhard
FASLER-KAN Elizaveta
SUMBAYEV Vadim
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC120808
Authors: 
VERILE Marco
DELLA ROCCA Leonida
MANTICA Eleonora
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC121558
Authors: 
MARTINEZ ESTESO Maria José
O'CONNOR Gavin
NORGAARD Jorgen
BREIDBACH Andreas
BROHEE Marcel
CUBERO LEON Elena
NITRIDE Chiara
ROBOUCH Piotr
EMONS Hendrik
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122418
Authors: 
HAVENGA Christopher
GOULART DE MEDEIROS Margarida
FEDERICI Ilaria
TOLEUBAYEV Talgat
LURSMANASHVILI Mari
VISSER Hendrik
LAGAL Vanessa
MANZANERA Maite
BJELAJAC Curtis
Type:
Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC122428
Authors: 
GOULART DE MEDEIROS Margarida
SIMONART Tristan
MAAR Balazs
BOTTONE Silvia
DAOUST-MALEVAL Isabelle
MICUCCI Stefania
FEDERICI Ilaria
IAREMA Iryna
HAMILTON R. Alexander
RADOINI Adil
TOLEUBAYEV Talgat
VALENTOVA Jirina
LEQUARRE Anne Sophie
SANTOPOLO Daniela
BRUINEN DE BRUIN Yuri
Type:
The EU Soil Observatory will provide the necessary data to monitor progress towards the European soil health objectives.
The EU Soil Observatory will provide the necessary data to monitor progress towards the European soil health objectives.
Dec 04 2020
A proposed EU mission provides the blueprint for setting Europe on a path towards sustainable soil management. Its aim is to make sure that at least 75% of all European soils are in a healthy state by 2030.
Portrait of Sergio Torrejón Pérez

I joined the JRC, where I work as an economic and policy analyst, in May 2019.

Publication Year: 
2020
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC121869
Authors: 
VANHAM Davy

Pages