A growing reviewed collection of useful sources, datasets and data repositories on EU affairs
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The evolution of the mass or elevation of glaciers is a natural and reliable indicator of climate change. Changes that have a direct impact on sea level.
Over the past fifteen years, thanks to a growing interest in the evolution of global wealth and income inequality, there has been a growing body of scientific literature.
Where do European countries stand in terms of renewable energies?
How has animal production in Europe evolved over the past several decades?
The main statistical data on cancer diseases in the countries of the EU can be explored via a web app.
All the resources for a sustainable lifestyle, or at least for reducing its environmental impact, are located geographically through the Open Street Map.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (Eige) collects and harmonises data on managers and board members at the European level.
In Europe, are all countries in the same position in terms of education and more specifically in terms of the number of pupils per teacher?
Which European countries are models for green infrastructure?