JRC researchers engaged over a hundred of stakeholders and experts in a foresight process looking at the future of EU’s Open Strategic Autonomy by 2040 and beyond.
The Joint Research Centre has been applying Life Cycle Thinking in several contexts and projects, including the evaluation of environmental impacts of bio-based products.
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?
This database of the Joint Research Centre contains information on power plants from 27 EU countries plus the UK, Norway, Switzerland and the western Balkan energy community.
When developing evidence-based policies, the Commission Competence Centre on Modelling, hosted by the Joint Research Centre, is a vital source of information.
MIDAS is a user-friendly platform for exploring the models used to support evidence-informed policymaking in the EU.
The Competence Centre on Modelling promotes a responsible, coherent and transparent use of modelling to underpin the evidence base for EU policies
Cohesion, investments, the EU… have we been growing?
Science helps design better policies by assisting policymakers to better appreciate all the implications of a given challenge.
Policies are generally based on the assumption that people are perfectly rational, but they are not. What happens when policymaking takes into account our real behaviour?
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