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PEER Webinar: Just transition: a challenge for policy analysis and evaluation

Just transition has become a buzzword in many climate and environmental policy arenas.

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PEER Webinar: Emerging technologies for monitoring insects

Did you miss our first webinar of 2023 on monitoring insects through emerging technologies? No worries, you can watch it here.

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Finnish Environment Institute is updating its organisation: a vision of sustainability transformation, life within planetary boundaries    

According to a recent assessment by the World Economic Forum, the most significant global risks over the next ten years will be climate change and biodiversity loss. In order to mitigate these risks, countries have drawn up international agreements...

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Continuous mutations are a big challenge for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 © EU 2023

New universal JRC detection method for SARS-CoV-2

A JRC study presents a new versatile method conceived to detect present and future SARS-CoV-2 variants. All new circulating variants will be picked up more accurately in both clinical and wastewater samples.

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How to write highly cited papers - online course, 15 & 16 March 2023

How to write highly cited papers - this online interactive workshop will boost your confidence and ability to write a great science paper that will be cited again and again.

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Training course: Evidence Synthesis to inform policy and business decision-making

Training course on Evidence Synthesis to inform policy and business decision-making Wallingford, UK, 1 February 2023

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Giovanni Strona and Corey Bradshaw modelled how vertebrate communities might respond to climate and land use change until 2100 © EU 2022

Ecosystems might lose 27% of vertebrate diversity by 2100

A new study from a European Commission scientist, Dr Giovanni Strona, and Professor Corey Bradshaw from Flinders University, Australia models how climate and land use change will drive local biodiversity loss, further weakening the resilience of...

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Europe's forests increasingly under pressure from climate-driven disturbances

European forests are being increasingly affected by natural disturbances, a new ground-based observation study shows. An international team of forest scientists from Wageningen University & Research (WUR), the European Forest Institute (EFI) and 19...

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SYKE Policy Brief: Enhanced utilization of wastewater nutrients

Changes are needed in water management solutions. New technologies in the treatment of wastewater and sewage sludge would enable more efficient and more contaminant-free nutrient recovery, which would enable their utilisation in food production and...

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Postdoctoral Researcher, molecular biologist Jacqueline Jerney working at the laboratory onboard research vessel Aranda. © Ilkka Lastumäki

Genetic methods can be used to improve the monitoring of phytoplankton biodiversity

The Finnish Environment Institute has tested the possibilities of using a genetic method to support the Finnish marine phytoplankton monitoring. The genetic method revealed two previously undetected species and one previously undetected genus in the...

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