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What is the origin of the European marine non-indigenous species?
14 June 2018, JRC
A new study of the JRC’s EASIN scientific team has identified the origin and the pathway of introduction of the 824 marine non-indigenous species established across the European Seas. It is based on the data of the European Alien Species Information ...
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Impact of climate change on future water resources of the Danube River Basin
11 June 2018, JRC
A new JRC assessment of the future water resources of the Danube River Basin finds that climate change beyond 2°C would lead to increased flooding and water scarcity, significantly drier summer months and substantial flood damage in cities along the ...
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ASAP: Exceptional rainfall and floods in East Africa, dry conditions in the Middle East
08 June 2018, JRC
The May edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment, which was published on Monday, highlights agricultural production hotspots in East Africa due to heavy rainfall, in the Middle East due to failed sowing ...
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The risk of significant blue-green algae blooms in summer 2018 is lower than earlier years in Finnish marine areas
07 June 2018, Marine, SYKE
The risk of widespread blue-green algae blooms in Finnish sea areas is less than during the last two years, because the algae have less nutrients available in comparison to previous years. However, significant algae blooms may form in the Gulf of ...
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Calling for soil analysis services
05 June 2018, JRC
To measure soil properties and biodiversity across Europe, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) is currently conducting a large soil survey, with soil samples collected from 26 000 locations. To support this ongoing work, the JRC has launched a call ...
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Towards the future CAP
01 June 2018, JRC
The European Commission has today launched a proposal on how to modernise and simplify the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), one of the core policies of the EU....
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Protecting Pollinators – the EU Pollinators Initiative
01 June 2018, JRC
In response to calls by the European Parliament and Member States for action to protect and mitigate the decline of pollinators and their habitats, the European Commission has today adopted a Communication on the first-ever EU initiative on ...
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Call for participation in an EU-wide monitoring campaign of manure
31 May 2018, JRC
The JRC is looking for participants to help with its monitoring campaign of manure to help develop criteria for safe processed manure....
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A future the planet can accommodate requires policy change in Finland as well
30 May 2018, Climate Change, SYKE
The United Nations Agenda 2030 puts binding goals on countries for the promotion of sustainable well-being. However, research indicates that Finland cannot achieve these goals because our ecological sustainability deficit is so great. The change can ...
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Making sense of the situation in Cape Town
29 May 2018, JRC
Cape Town has come dangerously close to running out of water after 3 years of persistent drought. Tight water usage restrictions have been successful in stalling 'day zero' - when the city's taps will be turned off - until 2019, buying time for ...
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