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The INSPIRE Geoportal helps discover, monitor and directly use geospatial data sets relevant e.g. for the European environmental policy.
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Sep 24 2018

The Commission has launched the new INSPIRE Geoportal offering easier access to spatial data in the EU.

The redesigned portal is a one-stop shop for public authorities, business and citizens to discover, access and use data sets related to the environment in Europe.

DigCompEdu Leaflet DE
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DigCompEdu Leaflet DE
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Sep 27 2018
Bruxelles
(BE)

Why do people migrate?

International migration will continue to be a significant topic for European and global policymaking.

Quantitative assessment presents factors that are the most important drivers of migration flows around the world.

This research could inform policies that help Europe to prepare effectively and to put international initiatives like the upcoming Global Compact for Migration into practice.

Registration and webstreaming

You can register for this event or watch it live on 27 September, from 12:30 CET.

The report is based on replies to a questionnaire from 29 countries across Europe
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Sep 21 2018
New report finds over 5,000 new sites that are under remediation or risk-reduction measures since 2011.
Unusually dry summers in central and northern Europe have led to large fires in countries which have historically seen very few
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Sep 20 2018
The latest JRC report on forest fires shows the need to tackle climate change "to leave a healthier planet for those that follow".
RHOMOLO V3 - A spatial modelling framework

RHOMOLO V3 Technical Report

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RHOMOLO V3 - A spatial modelling framework

RHOMOLO V3 Technical Report

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RHOMOLO V3 - A spatial modelling framework

RHOMOLO V3 Technical Report

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ENCR Annual Meeting
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Sep 26 2018
Sep 28 2018
Copenhagen
(DK)

The European Network of Cancer Registries Scientific Meeting and General Assembly provides the opportunity for all European cancer registries to have a face-to-face meeting.

The purpose of the event is for the registries to share research findings, discuss cancer registration issues, exchange ideas and best practices, network, present epidemiological work based on cancer registry data and finally meet their representatives, the ENCR Steering Committee.

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