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Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC108529
Authors: 
MOSQUEIRA SANCHEZ Iago
May 28 2018

A Commission proposal for a new Regulation on the use of treated water for irrigation has been adopted today.

The proposal aims to help alleviate water scarcity and promote sustainable irrigation across the EU. This is a particularly pressing issue given water scarcity and droughts resulting from climate change, and the increasing demands on water supply.

Energy Storytelling at EUSEW
©European Union, 2018
Jun 06 2018
Brussels
(BE)


In the context of the EUSEW 2018 Policy Conference, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre organises the workshop "Energy storytelling: why stories matter to scientists and policy-makers in energy policy".

Cultural Gems
©EU, 2018
May 25 2018

We are developing ‘Cultural gems’, a treasure hunt app.

This app aims to allow people to share and discover hidden cultural and creative treasures in cities across Europe.

We need your help

In the context of the development process, we are carrying out a short survey to better assess the needs and interests of potential users of the mobile web app.

Please fill in the survey and help us shape an app that fits your needs.

The idea

The idea behind the mobile web app is to:

The JRC's Cyber Chronix mobile game helps raise awareness of privacy risks and data protection rights
©EU, 2018
May 25 2018

The JRC has just launched a mobile game to help raise awareness of privacy risks and data protection rights in a fun and interactive way.

'Cyber Chronix' has a special focus on the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into effect across all EU Member States on 25 May 2018.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC101647
Authors: 
VEZZANI Antonio
COAD Alexander
GKOTSIS Petros

Find contributions for the FTA2018 sessions.

Parallel sessions I

#Blockchain4EU project by the JRC explores the existing, emerging and potential applications based on Blockchain and other DLTs for industrial / non-financial sectors
©EU, 2018
May 24 2018

Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) are immutable, encrypted and timestamped databases, in which data is recorded, validated and replicated across a decentralised network of nodes.

A range of opportunities and challenges could emerge through such technologies that will potentially enable parties who are geographically distant, or have no particular trust in each other, to record, verify and share digital or digitised assets on a peer-to-peer basis with fewer to no intermediaries.

Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC111812
Authors: 
MAINAR CAUSAPÉ Alfredo
PHILIPPIDIS George
CAIVANO Arnaldo

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