The European Commission asked Mobile Network Operators to share on a voluntarily basis mobile data to find out how human mobility explains and affects the spread of COVID-19. It can also help understand the dynamics of the pandemic and mitigate the impact of future waves. Do you want to know the results? Check here.
What are pollinators and why do we need them? They make it possible for us to eat many of our favourite fruit, vegetables and nuts. They also help plants to reproduce. There are thousands of different types of wild pollinators in Europe, all with an important job to do. Click here to know the most popular ones.
While most of the employed population of the EU holds down just one job at a time, having more than one job has become a reality for many. Here you can read about the main characteristics of multiple-job holding in the EU: its prevalence and recent evolution and what it means in terms of working time and job quality.
Did you know that a substantial amount of online information is collected by the public sector and published as Open Data? Open Data refers to information that can be freely used, modified, and shared for commercial or non-commercial purposes. Click here to read about an excellent opportunity offered by Open Data in order to achieve Digital Transformation.
The coronavirus pandemic shows that new health crises can emerge at any time, and that health threats do not respect borders. The opportunities arising from a crisis are not immediately obvious. What are the ten opportunities for Europe post-coronavirus and how to turn the immediate positive effects into lasting change for the EU? Read here.
Click here to read about some potentially negative effects of internet use like internet addiction, harm to cognitive development, information overload, harm to public/private boundaries and harm to social relationships and communities.