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Romanian environmental economist, Dr Monica Ardeleanu, is on a mission to make the world’s housing and living solutions greener, with the help of EU funding and 17 partner organisations from all over…
Finland’s Inari municipality is part of EU efforts to ensure that Arctic activities are sustainable.  © Nancy Pauwels, Shutterstock.com
EU researchers are helping policymakers reconcile competing demands in a region full of natural resources,…
Making wind-turbine towers out of wood instead of steel could bolster EU climate goals.  © Cheangchai Noojuntuk, Shutterstock.com
New materials and designs can make a leading source of renewable energy both greener and cheaper.
Upgrading social housing is a central part of EU projects to make city life healthier and happier.
Urban dwellers across the EU are having a say in making their surroundings friendlier to people and the environment.
EU researchers are seeking to expand supplies of clean aviation fuels by producing more from agricultural sources.
Thermal decomposition is helping to green two major EU manufacturing industries.
Researchers are going beyond conventional solar panels in a bid to generate heat and electricity from the other external surfaces of buildings.
A group of critical raw materials may help Europe reduce supply-chain vulnerabilities.
In addition to generating clean energy, sea locations with turbines could be used to grow mussels, oysters and seaweed.
Five experts who appeared in Horizon Magazine in 2023 outline how their areas of activity will evolve in the coming year and beyond.
Artificial intelligence, which can already generate texts and mimic human speech, might also help the world prepare for the worsening effects of climate change.
Sensors, “smart” buoys and high-tech traps can make fisheries in Europe more sustainable and profitable.