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VISUALISATION | 28 January 2021
Social network sites worldwide, ranked by number of active users (in millions) as of April 2018. Source: Statista - the statistic portal, (2018), Global social...
VISUALISATION | 28 January 2021
Source: UNDP, map by Actualitix Source: 2016 Human Development Report
PAGE | 15 January 2021
World population will reach 9.7 billion by 2050, with rapid growth mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa and stagnating numbers of residents in a majority of developed countries.
PAGE | 15 January 2021
Developments · Demographic ageing is not a biological process. It’s a shift from a youthful society to a society with a higher share of senior citizens. The two main reasons for this is increasing...
PUBLICATION | 9 January 2021
The Future of Customs in the EU 2040 report is an outcome of a year-long foresight process. Its aim is to support strategic reflection on the future of the European Union’s Customs Union, its...
PUBLICATION | 16 December 2020
Agriculture is one of the important sectors in transforming the European economy and society towards a long-term sustainability. While contributing to this transition, European farmers will at the same time face...
PAGE | 11 December 2020
Environmental security is increasingly dominating national and international agendas, shifting defense and geopolitical paradigms. Worldwide, the number of displacements associated with natural disasters is considerably higher than that of those...
PAGE | 11 December 2020
Although trans-border wars are increasingly rare, global peacefulness deteriorated for eight of the last twelve years, with 2019 being the first improvement since 2014, according to the 2019...
PAGE | 11 December 2020
Diet paterns — both, levels of consumption and composition — increase the “triple burden” of undernourishment, over-nourishment and malnutrition on peoples' health, mostly in developing countries. |...