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11 11, 2020

EASAC: Resistance and Challenges to Green Deals should not be underestimated

“Scientific knowledge of climate change and its drivers has been growing exponentially during the past decades, yet the degradation of nature and continued growth in greenhouse gas emissions has yet to even cease let alone

8 10, 2020

EASAC on hydrogen energy: no climate benefit from hydrogen unless EU stops subsidies for fossil fuels

Hydrogen is an important alternative for sectors that are stuck in the fossil fuel economy. As national governments and European parliamentarians negotiate the EU’s hydrogen strategy, EASAC issues a new commentary. “Hydrogen can help reduce

11 06, 2020

European Academies on Regenerative Medicine: Great Medical Promises Threatened by Undue Pressure to Gain Fast-Track Approvals

Science and medical experts from all over Europe caution that enthusiasm on the broad potential of regenerative medicine applications has led to a gap between expectations and the realities of translating regenerative medicine technologies into

18 03, 2020

European Academies: Plastic Crisis Requires Fundamental System Change

The European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) warn that current efforts to resolve the plastics crisis are ineffective and misleading. Policymakers and industry must address conflicts in the whole system, from production to end-of-life. “Reducing