A new tool to improve access to statistics and policy-relevant indicators for tourism, and support destinations and public authorities in tracking their progress in the green and digital transition
How do you see the future of electromobility, smart electricity grids and homes?
Isabelle is an Environmental Engineer at the JRC's Seville site. From the south of Europe, she uses science and data to advise key policies that impact the lives of millions of Europeans.
The African Union and the EU are developing strategic corridors to facilitate trade and mobility within Africa and between the two continents.
Every 22 of May, the International Day of Biological Diversity is celebrated. This year’s slogan is “Building a shared future for all life” and it was chosen to support for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework to be adopted at the upcoming UN Biodiversity Conference.
Established in 2015, the African World Heritage Day celebrates, every 5th of May, Africa’s rich and outstanding natural and cultural heritage.
The bioeconomy already makes a strong contribution to the overall EU economy. It contributes close to 5% to the EU gross domestic product.
Discover how the forest-based bioeconomy can contribute to mitigating climate change through carbon storage and material substitution.
Water scarcity is a widespread issue in Africa. How can we improve energy access and food security without increasing water consumption?
About JRC Digital Media Hub
JRC Digital Media Hub helps you easily discover how the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) scientific research and advice are linked to our daily lives in the European Union.
You can explore our vast collection of animations, infographics, games, videos, virtual tours and other media by any science topic or Commission Priority according to your interests.
We are proud to tell about EU Science and open our doors to you. We invite you to explore and share our engaging digital content.