French citizens have been invited to offer their take on the direction of the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). But to what extent these efforts will be reflected in policy remains to be seen.
Monitoring how climate change affects wildlife and ecosystems is critical for directing conservation measures where animals and plants species are most at risk.
New “smart farming” applications, based on IoT technologies, will enable the agriculture industry to reduce waste and enhance productivity, helping to feed the world’s population.
The European Union is finalizing plans for an ambitious “digital twin” of planet Earth.
ECMWF announces an important step of open data policy: graphical products become free and accessible
Approved the regulation concerning “ItaliaMeteo”, the National Agency for Meteorology and Climatology
High Performance Computing, advanced data processing, and high-resolution climate projections are the key to address and reduce risks associated to climate change.
Workshop on Climate Adaption Modelling held online on September 8-10.
Project Palaash aims to use floral waste to create organic dyes which are purely non-synthetic.
Solar agriculture can help facing the challenges of farmers.
Climate change have different effects on bird in terms of travelling, feeding, and hatching habits.
Parts of the landscape that are more resilient to severe climate impacts, such as fire and drought, are becoming increasingly important to help save species from extinction.