Research in the environmental sciences is necessary for a better understanding of the underlying principles of climate change and its effects. But simply understanding how and why climate change is occurring is not enough. We also need to know its impacts and how to respond.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission) Themes: Earth sciences research, Environment policy and protection of the environment
- Subject: biodiversity, environmental protection, environmental research, management of resources, protection of animal life, protection of plant life, research programme, sustainable development
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