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Recherche pour la commission AGRI − Le pacte vert et la PAC: adapter les pratiques agricoles et préserver les ressources naturelles de l’UE – implications stratégiques

23-11-2020

Le présent document est une synthèse de l’étude intitulée «The Green Deal and the CAP: policy implications to adapt farming practices and to preserve the EU’s natural resources» (Le pacte vert et la PAC: adapter les pratiques agricoles et préserver les ressources naturelles de l’UE – implications stratégiques)(IP/B/AGRI/IC/2020-036). L’intégralité de l’étude, disponible en anglais, peut être téléchargée à l’adresse suivante: https://bit.ly/35HmZJg

Le présent document est une synthèse de l’étude intitulée «The Green Deal and the CAP: policy implications to adapt farming practices and to preserve the EU’s natural resources» (Le pacte vert et la PAC: adapter les pratiques agricoles et préserver les ressources naturelles de l’UE – implications stratégiques)(IP/B/AGRI/IC/2020-036). L’intégralité de l’étude, disponible en anglais, peut être téléchargée à l’adresse suivante: https://bit.ly/35HmZJg

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Hervé GUYOMARD; Jean-Christophe BUREAU; Vincent CHATELLIER; Cécile DETANG-DESSENDRE; Pierre DUPRAZ; Florence JACQUET; Xavier REBOUD; Vincent REQUILLART; Louis-Georges SOLER; Margot TYSEBAERT

What if AI could help us become 'greener'?

20-11-2020

While some argue that AI can potentially be useful or even indispensable in ‘green transitions’, important questions remain open. Should AI be only used in resolving different specific problems (for example, intelligent pollinating robots replacing a declining bee population) or should AI be employed in ‘governing’ the sustainability of complex socio-economic systems such as mobility, food, and energy? While the latter option is currently technically unattainable and may be ethically dubious, it ...

While some argue that AI can potentially be useful or even indispensable in ‘green transitions’, important questions remain open. Should AI be only used in resolving different specific problems (for example, intelligent pollinating robots replacing a declining bee population) or should AI be employed in ‘governing’ the sustainability of complex socio-economic systems such as mobility, food, and energy? While the latter option is currently technically unattainable and may be ethically dubious, it marks the axis of a political debate about possible synergies between sustainability and AI.

What if we could renew all our cells?

20-11-2020

Regenerative medicine (RM) is an interdisciplinary field that applies engineering and life science techniques to restore tissues and organs damaged by age, disease or trauma, as well as those with congenital defects. Promising data supports the future capability of using RM across a wide array of organ systems and contexts, including surface wounds, cardiovascular diseases and traumas and treatments for certain types of cancer.

Regenerative medicine (RM) is an interdisciplinary field that applies engineering and life science techniques to restore tissues and organs damaged by age, disease or trauma, as well as those with congenital defects. Promising data supports the future capability of using RM across a wide array of organ systems and contexts, including surface wounds, cardiovascular diseases and traumas and treatments for certain types of cancer.

Research for REGI Committee - Cohesion Policy Measures in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

29-10-2020

The EU has been very active in setting up policy and funding instruments to swiftly and pragmatically mobilise initial support during the health crisis, immediately followed by efforts to get the economy back on track. This paper provides a first review of Cohesion Policy measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including preliminary insights on their uptake and reflections on their impact. It concludes with policy pointers on how to use the measures as accelerators for structural change.

The EU has been very active in setting up policy and funding instruments to swiftly and pragmatically mobilise initial support during the health crisis, immediately followed by efforts to get the economy back on track. This paper provides a first review of Cohesion Policy measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including preliminary insights on their uptake and reflections on their impact. It concludes with policy pointers on how to use the measures as accelerators for structural change.

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Spatial Foresight: Kai BÖHME, Christian LÜER.

Recherche pour la commission REGI - Régions de l’Union en retard de développement: état des lieux et enjeux pour l’avenir

26-10-2020

Cette étude analyse les régions à la traîne de l’UE et propose une typologie révisée pour identifier celles qui sont les plus vulnérables, en tenant compte des défis émergeant des transitions économiques en cours. Elle explore également l'engagement des régions en retard dans les politiques de l'UE, y compris la politique de cohésion, et formule des recommandations pour améliorer leur soutien futur au niveau de l'UE.

Cette étude analyse les régions à la traîne de l’UE et propose une typologie révisée pour identifier celles qui sont les plus vulnérables, en tenant compte des défis émergeant des transitions économiques en cours. Elle explore également l'engagement des régions en retard dans les politiques de l'UE, y compris la politique de cohésion, et formule des recommandations pour améliorer leur soutien futur au niveau de l'UE.

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EPC: Marta PILATI, Alison HUNTER

Research for REGI Committee - EU lagging regions: state of play and future challenges

15-10-2020

This study analyses the EU’s lagging regions and proposes a revised typology to identify those that are most vulnerable, with an eye to the challenges emerging from the ongoing economic transitions. It also explores the engagement of lagging regions in EU policies, including cohesion policy, and puts forward some recommendations to improve their future support at EU level.

This study analyses the EU’s lagging regions and proposes a revised typology to identify those that are most vulnerable, with an eye to the challenges emerging from the ongoing economic transitions. It also explores the engagement of lagging regions in EU policies, including cohesion policy, and puts forward some recommendations to improve their future support at EU level.

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EPC: Marta PILATI, Alison HUNTER

L’impact des algorithmes pour le filtrage ou la modération de contenus en ligne «Filtres de téléchargement»

15-09-2020

L’étude porte sur le filtrage automatisé des contenus en ligne. Elle aborde le filtrage automatisé, un aspect de la modération des contenus créés par les utilisateurs. Elle présente les technologies de filtrage actuellement déployées pour traiter différents types de médias, texte, images ou vidéos. Elle examine les principales questions essentielles du cadre juridique actuel et formule des propositions de réglementation dans le contexte d’une future législation de l’Union sur les services numériques ...

L’étude porte sur le filtrage automatisé des contenus en ligne. Elle aborde le filtrage automatisé, un aspect de la modération des contenus créés par les utilisateurs. Elle présente les technologies de filtrage actuellement déployées pour traiter différents types de médias, texte, images ou vidéos. Elle examine les principales questions essentielles du cadre juridique actuel et formule des propositions de réglementation dans le contexte d’une future législation de l’Union sur les services numériques.

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Prof. Giovanni Sartor and Dr. Andrea Loreggia

EU competitiveness and global growth

10-09-2020

With rising tensions surrounding the multilateral and liberal trading order in recent years, and declining public support for globalisation, the coronavirus pandemic has hit the world economy hard. In the short term, the efforts of the European Union (EU) and its Member States, as well as many other jurisdictions, are focused on supporting a sustained and inclusive economic recovery and on protecting businesses, jobs and livelihoods. At the same time, policy-makers in Europe should seek to address ...

With rising tensions surrounding the multilateral and liberal trading order in recent years, and declining public support for globalisation, the coronavirus pandemic has hit the world economy hard. In the short term, the efforts of the European Union (EU) and its Member States, as well as many other jurisdictions, are focused on supporting a sustained and inclusive economic recovery and on protecting businesses, jobs and livelihoods. At the same time, policy-makers in Europe should seek to address medium- to long-term challenges to minimise long-term scarring and restore eroding competitiveness. Decisive action is needed to secure EU global leadership of environmental and digital transformation. This will include investing in research and innovation, implementing structural reforms, and completing the (digital) single market, while screening foreign investments more efficiently and leading more efficient global coordination. The EU must equip itself with the right toolbox to ensure efficiency and the ability to shape global long-term trends, and prevent or at least mitigate structural risks and threats.

Sustainable and smart transport in Europe

10-09-2020

Innovation will be critical for economic recovery – and the transport sector offers many opportunities for innovation to help drive the post-pandemic economy forward. The European recovery plan, centred around the Green Deal, places great emphasis on the growth potential of transforming the economy to a greener model and taking advantage of technological advancements and digitalisation to bolster European industrial competitiveness. The strategy for sustainable and smart mobility to be tabled at ...

Innovation will be critical for economic recovery – and the transport sector offers many opportunities for innovation to help drive the post-pandemic economy forward. The European recovery plan, centred around the Green Deal, places great emphasis on the growth potential of transforming the economy to a greener model and taking advantage of technological advancements and digitalisation to bolster European industrial competitiveness. The strategy for sustainable and smart mobility to be tabled at the end of 2020, as part of the Green Deal initiatives, will play a significant role in defining the way ahead, as well as in addressing pandemic-related concerns, in the field of mobility. Key priorities will include developing sustainable urban mobility, harnessing technological development and digitalisation, addressing transport emissions, ensuring resilience of the transport sector and ensuring movement of goods and connectivity. To feed into these discussions, this paper will survey the challenges presented by the pandemic for urban mobility, and the potential of new technologies and digitalisation to provide solutions as well as to support the 'greening' of transport. It will review the continued challenges of sustainability in the transport sector and trends in decarbonisation with the help of fuel and vehicle innovations. It will also outline EU actions to date in these areas and provide some suggestions for potential future action, including areas to consider for measures to boost the resilience of the transport sector.

Disinformation and Science: A survey of the gullibility of students with regard to false scientific news

04-09-2020

The main aim of this report is to present and discuss the results of a survey concerning perspectives on fake news among undergraduate university students in central Europe and northern Italy. The survey was carried out in spring 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. An online questionnaire was used. The report is therefore the product of what could be achieved under highly unusual circumstances and should serve as a pointer for further studies. Misinformation is always troubling, especially in ...

The main aim of this report is to present and discuss the results of a survey concerning perspectives on fake news among undergraduate university students in central Europe and northern Italy. The survey was carried out in spring 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. An online questionnaire was used. The report is therefore the product of what could be achieved under highly unusual circumstances and should serve as a pointer for further studies. Misinformation is always troubling, especially in science. Scientists feel distressed when public understanding diverges from the truth. Intentional disinformation (fake news), however, is not always the cause of misinformation. The report discusses the causes related to social trust and types of media consumption. The sample of the study consisted of several hundred bachelors or masters students from each participating country. Half of the students were recruited from social sciences areas and the other half of the sample were recruited from natural sciences areas. The method of approaching the students was online questioning. One university was chosen from each participating country, and the link to the questionnaire was sent by that university's administration to the students. The response to the questionnaire was naturally anonymous and voluntary.

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DG, EPRS

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