We are becoming more and more dependent on our ecosystems, which are under increasing pressure from climate change and its related impacts.
EU forests are expanding, and EU scientists balance wood provision with other ecosystem services for a sustainable circular bioeconomy.
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission monitors classical air pollutants in accordance with European legislation at the Ispra site in northern Italy.
The JRC Urban NO2 Atlas provides city factsheets to help design effective air quality measures to reduce nitrogen dioxide concentrations in European cities.
The use of biomass for home heating has emerged as a major health concern.
The ocean energy sector is still in its infancy, but the JRC is looking at future technologies that will harness ocean tides and waves to generate energy.
How much energy can you potentially generate by installing solar panels at your home if you have them installed?
EU scientists ensure that European citizens have access to battery products that are highly efficient, affordable, safe, sustainable, recyclable and globally competitive.
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?
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