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Geography Colloquium Series Presents: Dr. Gabriela Fernandez, San Diego State University, Department of Geography, California: Metabolism of Cities: Localizing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

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GEOGRAPHY COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS: DR. GABRIELA FERNANDEZ, CO-FOUNDER AND RESEARCHER OF METABOLISM OF CITIES

Join us at the Geography Colloquium Series at San Diego State University, in San Diego, California on December 6, 2019, at 3:30-4:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) as Dr. Gabrie...

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Global Water Security Symposium



 

We invite you to join us at Newcastle University to debate on how to best achieve the human right to water and sanitation for all.

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This global water security symposium will combine keynotes by eminent speakers from ...

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Winter school “Life Cycle Assessment - fundamentals and practise with OpenLCA" - January 20-24, Nantes (France)

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This winter school is organized by IFSTTAR and IRSTEA, supported by EcoSD network, and hosted by the Scientific and Technical Research Institute on City (IRSTV). It is opened to 15 students from EcoSD network, IRSTV federation as well as to international collaborators of IRSTV, especially ISIE.

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Winter school “Life Cycle Assessment - fundamentals and practise with OpenLCA" - January 20-24, Nantes (France)

This winter school is organized by IFSTTAR and IRSTEA, supported by EcoSD network, and hosted by the Scientific and Technical Research Institute on City (IRSTV). It is opened to 15 students from EcoSD network, IRSTV federation as well as to international collaborators of IRSTV, especially ISIE.

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Winter school “Life Cycle Assessment - fundamentals and practise with OpenLCA" - January 20-24, Nantes (France)

This winter school is organized by IFSTTAR and IRSTEA, supported by EcoSD network, and hosted by the Scientific and Technical Research Institute on City (IRSTV). It is opened to 15 students from EcoSD network, IRSTV federation as well as to international collaborators of IRSTV, especially ISIE.

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Make sustainability science a cumulative effort!

The work life of a researcher working sustainable development can be frustrating at times, owing to widespread pay-wall publishing, poor data reporting practices, and in parts low standards for conducting sound and reproducible research. Still today, too many doctoral candidates start their work wit...

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Join us in the Workshop PubliER 2020! Submit your paper now

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How can the Industries of the Future contribute to address the
 forthcoming challenges of our society?
January 29-31, 2020. Troyes, FRANCE  
Please join ...

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ICTA 2020 Low-Carbon Lifestyle Conference

The ICTA-UAB International Conference 2020 on Low-Carbon Lifestyle Changes will explore the role of changing lifestyles in climate change mitigation. We invite contributions that investigate the drivers and impacts of different lifestyles as well a...

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Urban Metabolism in Policy and Practice - Brussels edition

Dear all,

  We are glad to invite you at the seminar "Urban Metabolism in Policy and Practice" on Tuesday Nov 26th from 9h to 18h taking place at Brussels (venue TBD).    This seminar is the last of the three part global seminar series that investigates how urban metab...

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Our highlight this week: Aristide Athanassiadis



Aristide is Chair of Circular Economy and Urban Metabolism at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. Within this framework he attempts to build bridges between the academia, public administrations and “circular” actors in order to accelerate Brussels’ transition to...

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Two Costa Rican Start-ups using by-product exchanges hailed for making the world a more eco-friendly place

Magenta Biolabs and Brome are featured in this short piece by Mariana Lopez https://www.contxto.com/en/market-map/6-costa-rican-startups-making-the-world-a-more-eco-friendly-place/

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Ramboll investigating carbon capture and utilization based on industrial symbiosis potential

The press release indicates an interest in using captured carbon as a chemical feedstock for polymers,  minerals, chemicals and synthetic fuels.  Read about it here https://environment-analyst.com/mis/82680/ramboll-scrutinises-ccu-technologies

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