Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

Facing the future: time for the EU to meet global challenges
Mark Boden, Cristiano Cagnin, Vicente Carabias, Karel Haegeman, Totti Könnölä
EUR 24364 EN — Joint Research Centre — Institute for Prospective Technological Studies.
Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2010
ISBN 978-92-79-15786-8

What will the world look like in 2025? What are the possible future disruptive global challenges? And how can the EU position itself to take an active role in shaping a response to them? This publication offers possible answers to these questions through the identification of three main challenges and potential responses to these, and concludes that the main policy issues to be considered at EU level are: policy alignment towards sustainability; social diversity and the use of ICT for citizen empowerment; and the need to embed capabilities for anticipating future challenges to enable these to become new opportunities. The methodology applied combines widely accepted quantified trends by 2025 and beyond with the opinions of experts and policy makers on the likely consequences of these trends and wild cards. A multicriteria quantitative analysis (Robust Portfolio Modelling) was used as a novel element to prioritise issues as a basis for discussion with selected experts and policy makers. This work has been undertaken in close cooperation with the Bureau of European Policy Advisors of the European Commission. [+]

CoverTowards the EU-LAC Knowledge Area
Scientific and Technological Cooperation between Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Union for Sustainable Development and Social Inclusion
Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2010
ISBN 978-92-79-15659-5

This report has been prepared in view of the EU-LAC Summit that was held in Madrid on 18 May 2010. It compiles projects representing Scientific and Technological Cooperation between Latin America, the Caribbean and the European Union for Sustainable Development and Social Inclusion. [+]

Subdirección General de Análisis Sectorial
La Conferencia de Copenhague sobre cambio climático: resultados y retos
Boletín Económico. Información Comecial Española. # 2987. Mayo 2010

En el artículo analizaremos el resultado de Copenhague con una doble perspectiva: en cuanto al incumplimiento que supone respecto al plan de acción Bali, por un lado, y analizando los logros que refleja el Acuerdo de Copenhague, como medio para dar continuidad al proceso de negociación. [+]

Desarrollo sostenibleSustainable development in the European Union.
The EU sustainable development strategy, launched by the European Council in Gothenburg in 2001 and renewed in June 2006, aims for the continuous improvement of quality of life for current and future generations. The Eurostat monitoring report, to be published every two years, underpins the European Commission's progress report on the implementation of the strategy. It provides an objective, statistical picture of progress, based on the EU set of sustainable development indicators. Quantitative rules applied consistently across indicators, and visualised through weather symbols, provide a relative assessment of whether Europe is moving in the right direction, and with sufficient haste, given the objectives and targets defined in the strategy. The data presented cover the period from 1990 to 2008 (or the latest year available). The statistics covered illustrate the range of issues relevant for sustainable development, and should contribute to raising awareness of the opportunities and challenges lying ahead. [+]

Measuring progress towards a more sustainable Europe - 2007 monitoring report of the EU sustainable development strategy.
The EU sustainable development strategy, launched by the European Council in Gothenburg in 2001 and renewed in June 2006, aims for the continuous improvement of quality of life for current and future generations. The Eurostat monitoring report, to be published every two years, underpins the European Commission's progress report on the implementation of the strategy. It provides an objective, statistical picture of progress, based on the EU set of sustainable development indicators. Quantitative rules applied consistently across indicators, and visualised through weather symbols, provide a relative assessment of whether Europe is moving in the right direction, and with sufficient haste, given the objectives and targets defined in the strategy. The data presented cover the period from 1990 to 2006 (or the latest year available). The statistics covered illustrate the range of issues relevant for sustainable development, and should contribute to raising awareness of the opportunities and challenges lying ahead. [+]
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