L'aumento delle temperature globali e l'accentuarsi delle siccità renderanno gli incendi boschivi eventi sempre più frequenti. Il 2022 è stato un anno che ha colpito duramente le foreste protette in Europa, e quelle della Romania in particolare. Come rispondere alla sfida?
Negli ultimi anni il sud-est Europa ha registrato un sensibile aumento degli incendi boschivi, soprattutto a causa dell’aggravarsi delle condizioni climatiche che facilitano la rapida diffusione delle fiamme
Over the last 20 years, the EU has distributed more than 8 billion Euros to help member states and candidates deal with the consequences of natural or health disasters. How does the fund work? Which countries have benefited the most?
Nel 2022 in Italia il livello di disponibilità idrica è stato il più basso di sempre a causa della siccità che ha colpito il paese. Dove ha colpito di più il fenomeno? Quale impatto sui territori locali, e cosa possono fare le amministrazioni?
1.8 million projects carried out by over 600,000 entities thanks to the EU cohesion policy. Who managed this myriad of initiatives, and on which areas and subjects were resources concentrated? A look at the data from the Kohesio platform
Romania is a virtuous example of how European funds for investment in information and telecommunications infrastructure can make a difference in offering quality services to citizens. A look at the data
In the Balkans, a region where energy is produced from fossil fuels or – when from renewable sources – from hydroelectric energy, energy communities are gaining ground: groups of citizens and small businesses that focus on self-production and self-consumption of renewable energy
Energy communities are projects in which citizens associate both as producers and consumers of clean energy at a local level. There are already many of them, including in South-Eastern Europe. They could be supported by EU cohesion policy, but that is not the case yet
Kosovo is growing fast in the field of innovation, but the strong potential of the sector is currently not being used as much as it deserves. We talked about it with Uranik Begu, director of the Innovation Center Kosovo
The Balkan countries are struggling to keep up with the rest of Europe in terms of Internet connection speed. The only exception is Romania, which - not surprisingly - is the country in the area that is best able to spend cohesion funds on ICT
After almost two years of negotiations, last June the European Parliament and the Council reached an agreement for the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), with several novelties and strong criticisms