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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, beauty and tradition.
Bruges in Belgium is helping to chart a green path for European cities located along waterways. © canadastock, Shutterstock.com
A group of European urban areas bordering seas and rivers is paving the way for climate neutrality by 2030.
Professor Manuel Heitor chairs an expert group evaluating the EU research programme. © Manuel Heitor
EU research, which has improved society and the economy for decades, now needs to engage more young people…
Urban dwellers across the EU are having a say in making their surroundings friendlier to people and the environment.
Offering nutritious meals to students can improve diets and counter obesity across Europe.
EU researchers are seeking to expand supplies of clean aviation fuels by producing more from agricultural sources.
A group of critical raw materials may help Europe reduce supply-chain vulnerabilities.
Making diets kinder to the environment and better for people’s health requires root-and-branch changes in production and consumption.
Many working people in Europe are at risk of economic hardship, prompting EU researchers to seek policy answers.
Better use of grass-covered areas across the EU can protect nature and strengthen agriculture.
Science lessons across Europe come to life through a push towards “open schooling”.
As disaster readiness climbs up the EU agenda, a chief scientific advisor offers views on how Europe can harness its strengths.
The EU will soon be able to see more clearly the wider outcomes of its clean-energy drive.