Are we making the most of the massive amounts of data our satellites provide on our atmosphere, marine environment and land? How do we turn what we see into decisive policies?
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- Infographics |Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation
- Animations |Making the most of Europe's global eyes
The Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation makes sense of a wealth of data provided by the EU's satellites under the Copernicus program on the state and environment of our planet.
- Videos |Algae biomass for a sustainable and circular bioeconomy in Europe
Algae are a valuable resource for food supplements, cosmetics, fertilisers and fuels. The JRC is compiling and analysing data on sustainable algae production and use in Europe.
- Videos |The agricultural biomass in Europe
Did you know that Europe's yearly agricultural biomass is equal to the weight of 162 pyramids of Cheops? How to best manage this valuable resource and optimize a circular economy?
- Videos |Track up-to-date progress towards a sustainable EU bioeconomy
To help measure a sustainable circular bioeconomy the JRC, in partnership with other Commission services and external experts, developed the EU Bioeconomy Monitoring System.
- Videos |Forestry biomass for a sustainable and circular Bioeconomy
EU forests are expanding, and EU scientists balance wood provision with other ecosystem services for a sustainable circular bioeconomy.
- Interactive Tools/Games |Cyber Chronix - understanding data protection rights
A fun way to learn about data protection rights and raise awareness of privacy risks relating to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
- Animations |Knowledge Centre for Bioeconomy
What if paints and detergents could be made from crops, algae could be turned into fuel and industrial by-products could be transformed into fertilisers?
- Infographics |Lithium-ion batteries - scenarios of cost and market growth
Global supply and demand of lithium-ion batteries today and in the future
- Photos |Vehicle Emissions Laboratories of the Joint Research Centre
The JRC's Vehicle Emissions Laboratory based in Ispra comprises major testing facilities capable of conducting emissions tests on on-road vehicles and non-road machines.
- Leaflets |Brains and gains: innovation and income distribution in Europe
Innovation decreases overall income inequality while it increases the income of the richest 10% of the population
- Virtual Tours |Take a virtual tour of the EU Laboratory for Structural Assessment
JRC scientists research the effect of earthquakes on buildings and building materials.