In the Media
New Hub for Monitoring the Bioeconomy
17 Apr 2023
In the context of the German project SYMOBIO 2.0 - Systemic Monitoring and Modeling of the Bioeconomy, a new platform for outreach is now launched: monitoring-bioeconomy.org. The platform bundles knowledge in straightforward graphics and overview summaries for a non-scientist audience, exploring the...
IE Day Video: Cutting edge applications of industrial ecology in the built environment
11 Jan 2023
The video for this session, hosted by NTNU, is now online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxmW8Qyj5J4 This session is organized in cooperation with NTNU Sustainability and the Research Centre on Zero-Emission Neighbourhoods. The built environment constitutes the larges anthropogenic material stock...
Carbon footprint study on aging garners widespread interest
28 Mar 2022 in Environmentally Extended Input Output Section (Input-Output)
A study on the carbon footprint of different age groups lead by Dr. Heran Zheng of the Norwegian Unviersity of Science and Technology in Nature Climate Change garnered widespread media interest. The study was covered in 34 stories from 28 outlets, according to altimetric. These included The Daily...
Newcastle University - research post in Carbon Accounting and Living Lab
22 Nov 2021
Research Assistant/Associate in Carbon Accounting Requisition ID: 14082 Location: Newcastle, GB Contract Type: Fixed Term Working Pattern: Full Time Posted...
ARTEMIS: An integrated approach to improve the environmental performance of Smart Cities
22 Sep 2021 in Sustainable Urban Systems (Urban systems)
The concept of “smart city” has received special attention from researchers and decision-makers worldwide. Despite its increasing implementation across the EU, the environmental benefits and impacts of smart city strategies remain unclear. A two-year Horizon2020 Marie...
EU Cordis reports materials recovered from leftover fruit juice could provide 'juice for industrial symbiosis'
Proof of Concept underway for seawater cooled data center in Singapore
Opinion piece on shifting to a Circular Economy in Alberta
Virtual Hackathon announced solicitations requested for Industrial Symbiosis
Pearson Airport remains hub of sustainability and eco industrial efforts
Major project target sustainable urea production
The study from the European Commission Horizon program provides funding to analyze the potential of applying industrial symbiosis to convert residual gas emissions from steel production into resources for urea production. Read about it here...
Townsville Australia Bulletin announces first battery metals refinery using world first nickel process technology
The project is located in the Townsville Eco Industrial Park. link brings you to the article, but they want you to pay. your choice. ...