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In the EU, we still largely rely on fossil fuels for our overall energy supply, illustrated by the ratio of fossil fuels in gross available energy (the total energy demand of a country or region).

Source:
Eurostat, 16 February 2022

In 2021, 80% of people in the EU aged 16 to 74 who used the internet in the last three months prior to the survey knew that cookies can be used to trace people's online activities.

Source:
Eurostat, 8 February 2022

The European Union (EU) has met the 10% target level for 2020 for the share of renewable energy (including liquid biofuels, biomethane and ‘green’ electricity) used in transport.

Source:
Eurostat, 2 February 2022

In 2020, renewable energy sources made up 37% of gross electricity consumption in the EU, up from 34% in 2019.

Source:
Eurostat, 26 January 2022

In 2021, the vast majority (94%) of EU enterprises with at least 10 employees and self-employed people used a fixed broadband connection to access the internet.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 January 2022

Rents and house prices in the EU have continued their steady increase in Q3 2021, going up by 1.2% and 9.2% respectively, compared with Q3 2020.

Source:
Eurostat, 14 January 2022

 In 2020, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the EU stood at around €13 400 billion at current prices. In real terms, the EU’s GDP in 2020 was 7.6% higher than its level a decade ago.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 December 2020

In 2020, environmental tax revenue in the EU amounted to €299.9 billion, corresponding

Source:
Eurostat, 14 December 2021

There is a correspondence between the financial situation of the parents’ household and the risk of poverty among today’s adults.

Source:
Eurostat, 1 December 2021

In 2020, the EU’s circular material use rate (referred to as the circularity rate) reached 12.8%.  This means that almost 13% of material resources used in the EU came from recycled waste materials

Source:
Eurostat, 25 November 2021

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