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Environmental awarness

Greenhouse gas emissions European Project

A European research team spanning 15 countries is tackling this challenge by improving our understanding of the problem.  Leer más

ArcRisk project

Climate change has an effect on some parts of Europe

Scientists are analysing the links between environmental contaminants, climate change and human health. Leer más

focus on cleaner air

Green week 2013

European experts seek to fine-tune EU approach to environmental protection at annual Brussels meeting – 4-7 June. Leer más

Cities report

Green policies can contribute to growth

Cities can generate growth and jobs while becoming greener – this is the message of the OECD´s new Green Growth in Cities report.  Leer más

Research, South Australia

Dolphin Virus widespread

A series of juvenile dolphin deaths have been confirmed to be the result of a not previously reported virus Leer más

Eco-Innovation

Incorporating science into the European standardisation system

This initiative aims at linking the science, industry, standards and policy-making communities in order to facilitate the screening of emerging areas and identify early needs for standards Leer más

Aboard programs

Eco-Cities in China and EcoDistricts in Europe

China is well-known as the world´s most populous country and keeper of the second largest economy. But the country is also fast developing several large-scale "eco-cities" – and that makes China a great place to study urban sustainability planning. Playing off the university´s strengths in sustainability, the programs are a first for study-abroad efforts focused on green urban development. Leer más

International competition

Emirati students design fuel-efficient car that can do 1,000km on a litre of fuel

Emirati students participate in an "eco-marathon", in which designer cars are tested to see how many kilometres they can drive on one litre of fuel. The record is held by students from Polytech Nantes  Leer más

Smart cars

Next generation all electric, zero emission and cheapest car

Mahindra REVA has launched its first electric car. The Mahindra e2o, ´set to redefine the Future of Mobility´ is an all-electric car capable of 100km on a single charge. The price of the car: €8,500. Leer más

26 and 27 February

Symposium on the benefits and limitations of nuclear fission for a low carbon economy

On 26 and 27 February 2013 a Symposium on the benefits and limitations of nuclear fission for a low carbon economy will be held in Brussels. The Symposium is organised by the European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee, on the request of the EU Council.  Leer más

Exploring new ways to earn a fair living from wild lands l0th World Wilderness Congress

Exploring new ways to earn a fair living from wild lands

The l0th World Wilderness Congress will convene there on October 4 involving a great diversity of people, professions and activists who understand the importance of wild nature to a healthy and prosperous human society. Leer más

Green cars

Upcoming Clean Power for Transport European strategy

The Commission presented some of the main points of its Clean Power for Transport strategy, which will be presented to the EP´s transport committee on 19 February.  Leer más

Sound level of motor vehicles

Half of the people living in urban areas suffer from unbearable traffic noise.

Noise limits have not been updated in the European regulation since 1996. Persistent exposure to high levels of traffic noise could severely exhaust people, disrupt organs´ proper functioning and lead to the development of cardiovascular and other diseases Leer más

World Economic Forum in Davos

Global Most Sustainable Corporations in the World

The Global 100 consists of the 100 top performing stocks worldwide on a range of sectorspecific ´sustainability´ metrics. The annual Global 100 is announced each year during the World Economic Forum in Davos.  Leer más

EU research project offers prospect of healthier festive season

European researchers have made progress towards finding an alternative to adding sulphur dioxide to red wine and other foodstuffs, such as dried fruit, holding out the hope of making future festive seasons healthier for millions. Leer más

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