New report on how EU agencies address socioeconomic effects of sustainable development
The Agencies Network on Scientific Advice (EU-ANSA) has published a new report that looks at how EU agencies address the socioeconomic effects of sustainable development.
The report is based on two surveys conducted among the EU agencies. They provide information about relevant research on the socioeconomic effects of sustainable development, and the results show that the most researched areas include the economy, employment, skills and training, gender inequalities, health and safety, social aspects, the role of regulation and social dialogue.
The report also notes that agencies have also identified knowledge gaps and needs for further research, and that sectoral and regional dimensions of the just transition and climate p