Monitoring compliance of gold mines in Republic of Congo using Earth observation.
Securing a sustainable supply of raw material for a low-emissions and digital future depends on an integrated raw material strategy.
Remittances are an important tool for economic growth. But the COVID-19 crisis threatens this safety net for millions of households.
The use of coal for the European economy has gradually declined since the 1990s. In their energy plans 21 countries have committed to phase out coal, lignite and peat by 2030.
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.
BIOPAMA Team highlights the importance of forest monitoring, the use of Earth Observation and the role of BIOPAMA Programme on forest conservation.
The lack of handwashing facilities in Africa hampers the fight against infectious diseases such as COVID-19.
Monitoring climate extremes impacting agriculture in Southern Africa with the Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP).
Engaging communities in land planning and co-designing solutions can benefit the biodiversity, the climate and the people.
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