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SYKE - Finnish Environment Institute (Finland)DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University (Denmark)EC JRC - European Commission, Joint Research CentreIRSTEA - National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture (France)CEH - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (United Kingdom)Wageningen Environmental Research (Alterra)UFZ - Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (Germany)CIENS - Oslo Centre for Interdisciplinary Environmental and Social Researchpeer

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Are you optimistic about our environmental future?
28 November 2017
The Partnership for European Environmental Research (PEER) is hosting a celebration event in Brussels on the 28th November 2017 to reflect – together with stakeholders - on past successes and look forward to future research challenges. The event ...
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Finland’s cormorant population at previous summer’s level
04 August 2017, Biodiversity and Land Use, SYKE
A total of approximately 25,750 cormorant nests were counted in the summer of 2017. This means that the cormorant population in Finland’s marine areas only grew by one per cent, or a little over 200 nests, from the previous year, despite the ...
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Complementing and challenging the national cleantech innovation system in Finland
04 August 2017, Environmental Technologies, SYKE
A study by SYKE's researchers develops an approach of analysing the strengths and weaknesses of Technological Innovation Systems (TIS) in a multi-scale context. ...
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Heat waves affect maize-producing regions in south-eastern Europe
25 July 2017, JRC
The July issue of the JRC MARS crop monitoring Bulletin for Europe was published yesterday, alongside one of the JRC MARS Bulletin global outlook series: on Kazakhstan....
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North Korea’s crop production has been severely damaged by prolonged dry weather, and food insecurity is expected to worsen, concludes a joint FAO-JRC report.
24 July 2017, JRC
North Korea’s crop production has been severely damaged by prolonged dry weather, and food insecurity is expected to worsen, concludes a joint FAO-JRC report....
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Narrating expectations for the circular economy: Towards a common and contested European transition
18 July 2017, Society, SYKE
The EU Public Consultation on the second Circular Economy package has been explored through an analysis of the position papers of European stakeholders. ...
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Developing key indicators of green growth
12 July 2017, Society, SYKE
Greening the economy has been widely discussed as a new strategy for simultaneously reducing environmental pressures, promoting economic growth and enhancing social well-being. Indicators are one tool that can be used to describe the development of ...
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Baseline distribution of Invasive Alien Species of Union concern
12 July 2017, JRC
The first ever Baseline Distribution of Invasive Alien Species of Union concern has been published by the JRC. The 37 invasive alien species covered by this report have been prioritised as species that need to be addressed at the level of the EU ...
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Extreme weather conditions and climate anomalies account for 40% of global wheat production variability
04 July 2017, JRC
JRC scientists have proposed a new approach for identifying the impacts of climate change and extreme weather on the variability of global and regional wheat production. The study analysed the effect of heat and water anomalies on crop losses over a ...
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Hot and dry start to summer
29 June 2017, JRC
The June issue of the JRC MARS crop monitoring Bulletin for Europe was published this week, alongside four Bulletins in the JRC MARS Bulletin global outlook series: on Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and northern Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and ...
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