What Europe Does for Me, a website powered by the European Parliament Research Service, produced 1 800 short notes on what the EU does for anyone, as well as a selection that showcase the EU projects that benefit each region. They are used to producing independent, objective and authoritative information that is useful for all of the Members of the European Parliament, so you can be sure that the content is not linked to any particular political point of view.
At the end of 2018, the European Parliament will have an app available to download with news and information for citizens.
‘Every citizen will be able to find information about what Europe has done for them, not only major legislative initiatives but also smaller changes that have helped improve lives.’
This is an excellent opportunity to get information about the policies that we pay for.
One of these short notes mentions that the EU has provided over EUR 60 million in cofinancing for 30 projects in Turin being run by Agroinnova. In particular, it is mentioned that AGROINNOVA coordinates the EMPHASIS project
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This short survey aims to learn more about how the practical solutions for pest surveillance, control and eradication developed under the EMPHASIS project address the needs of potential end-users.
The outbreaks of emergent plant diseases or insect pests are significantly increasing at an alarming rate due to climate change, global trade and other reasons. These plant health emergent problems are serious threats to global food security in this 21st century.