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At this site you’ll find publications, reports and statements of the our international partner organizations. Clicking ‘Open a file’ you remain on our website.
EASAC’s report “The Future of Gas” examines phasing out the use of natural gas and replacing it with sustainable energy solutions. The report also offers independent science-based advice for policy makers on regulating the use of gaseous fuels in the transition to a decarbonized, secure and affordable European Union energy system by 2050.
Despite greenhouse gas mitigating technologies, emissions are still growing worldwide. CAETS’ energy report suggests reducing emissions through the electrification of energy and mass scale implementation of existing technologies
An EASAC report on the effects on neonicotinoid insecticides in 2015 led to an European Union wide ban of most damaging neonicotinoid pesticides. Now a new report by EASAC member academies confirms previous results about the detrimental effects of neonicotinoids and points out loopholes in the regulation.
In our increasingly interconnecte and globalised world, the type and nature of the crises we face are evolving rapidly. The report by SAPEA highlights the need for strategic and science based cooperaion on European level to prevent and manage these crises.
ALLEA’s Statement highlights the shortcomings of international scientific publication and lists four goals for negotiating the terms of publishing for the future to make publishing more open and sustainable.
A EASAC report provides evidence that a transformation to regenerative agriculture holds promising keys to reducing climate risks while providing the growing world population with food and enhancing biodiversity.
The urgency of the climate and biodiversity crises requires closer coordination between UNFCCC and CBD. In the Commentary, EASAC provides 16 fields of action, that should be addressed by the world leaders.
In its evidence review report, SAPEA provides guidelines for carbon neutrality by 2050. Fundamental changes for energy use and production are needed – the energy transition needs acceleration urgently.
The sea levels are rising faster in Europe than in the Global South. Europe should be prepared for the 1-2 meter sea level rise in 2000-2100, warns EASAC in its new report.