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13/12

An action plan for better protecting the...

The Tanzanian authorities and the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have just signed a joint program to combat deforestation. In the long term, it should bring about a change in farming and heating practices to the benefit of the environment, biodiversity and the climate.

12/12

Global warming: Australia must urgently improve...

Just like New South Wales, which has been declared 100% in drought, the country’s east coast is currently experiencing extreme weather conditions. This phenomenon requires a rethink of the country’s water infrastructure.

11/12

Almost 60% of organizations worldwide want to...

In its “2018 EEI”* survey, Johnson Controls, the world leader in integrated smart building solutions, reveals that almost 60% of the organizations questioned are planning to increase their investment in energy efficiency over the coming months.

06/12

Spain: a royal decree-law to accelerate the...

With the adoption of this decree by the parliament in late October, Pedro Sánchez’s government is aiming to develop renewable energy, especially solar power by abolishing the “tax on the sun” (impuesto al sol). In force since 2012, this tax was a considerable obstacle to rolling out solar power across the country.

05/12

Reducing leaks in water networks: a fast...

The smart management of water leaks could generate almost 40 billion annual dollars in extra revenue worldwide for operators in charge of water and wastewater networks.

04/12

Air quality in Nepal: Kathmandu lays the...

During the Mayors’ Summit on Air Pollution held last October, elected officials from the 18 municipalities in Kathmandu Valley made a joint commitment to fight against environmental degradation, and more precisely air pollution, which is continuing to worsen in the region.

Agenda

09/11 January 2019

ICFEE 2019

The 9th International...

13/15 February 2019

ICCGE 2019

The 8th International...

28 February/01 March 2019

GSWE 2019

The ...

News

13/12

An action plan for better protecting the Tanzanian forest

The Tanzanian authorities and the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have just signed a joint program to combat deforestation. In the long term, it should bring about a change in farming and heating practices to the benefit of the environment, biodiversity and the climate.

12/12

Global warming: Australia must urgently improve water management

Just like New South Wales, which has been declared 100% in drought, the country’s east coast is currently experiencing extreme weather conditions. This phenomenon requires a rethink of the country’s water infrastructure.

06/12

Spain: a royal decree-law to accelerate the energy transition

With the adoption of this decree by the parliament in late October, Pedro Sánchez’s government is aiming to develop renewable energy, especially solar power by abolishing the “tax on the sun” (impuesto al sol). In force since 2012, this tax was a considerable obstacle to rolling out solar power across the country.

05/12

Reducing leaks in water networks: a fast-growing market

The smart management of water leaks could generate almost 40 billion annual dollars in extra revenue worldwide for operators in charge of water and wastewater networks.

04/12

Air quality in Nepal: Kathmandu lays the foundations of an air pollution plan

During the Mayors’ Summit on Air Pollution held last October, elected officials from the 18 municipalities in Kathmandu Valley made a joint commitment to fight against environmental degradation, and more precisely air pollution, which is continuing to worsen in the region.

Agenda

09/11 January 2019

ICFEE 2019

The 9th International Conference on Future Environment and Energy – ...

28 February/01 March 2019

GSWE 2019

The ...