News

11/07

South-East Asia aware that it must do away with...

According to a survey carried out by Ipsos Business Consulting last May in three South-East Asian countries, over half of those questioned believe that excessive plastic consumption poses serious environmental problems. And that the public authorities, industry and consumers must take equal responsibility in efforts to reduce its use.

10/07

A successful energy transition model: the...

Sweden wants to meet the ambitious goal of 100% green electricity by 2040. To take up this challenge, the country is carrying out a host of experiments with a particular view to expanding the region’s smart grid network.

04/07

A thirst for drinking water in the Philippines

Already affected by rapid deforestation that has been raging for several decades, the Philippines is still struggling to put effective water resource management in place. The accumulation of these structural problems is directly impacting communities.

03/07

A subsea hub will propel the United Kingdom to...

The British government recently announced its support for the creation of a world-class subsea hub — Global Underwater Engineering Hub — in Aberdeen (Scotland). This multi-million-pound project is set to help the oil and gas industry diversify into renewables.

02/07

Biomimicry: an innovative material to combat...

Researchers from the Ningbo Institute (Zhejiang, China) have developed a biomimetic polypropylene foam capable of controlling the spread of an oil spill and limiting its environmental impact.

Agenda

16/18 July

ICWPT 2019

Treating polluted water is...

13/15 August

ICBCE 2019

In Singapore, the second...

19/22 August

REE 2019

The 2ndInternational...

07/08 September

SEWE 2019

The International Symposium...

News

11/07

South-East Asia aware that it must do away with plastic pollution

According to a survey carried out by Ipsos Business Consulting last May in three South-East Asian countries, over half of those questioned believe that excessive plastic consumption poses serious environmental problems. And that the public authorities, industry and consumers must take equal responsibility in efforts to reduce its use.

04/07

A thirst for drinking water in the Philippines

Already affected by rapid deforestation that has been raging for several decades, the Philippines is still struggling to put effective water resource management in place. The accumulation of these structural problems is directly impacting communities.

03/07

A subsea hub will propel the United Kingdom to the top of the “blue” economy

The British government recently announced its support for the creation of a world-class subsea hub — Global Underwater Engineering Hub — in Aberdeen (Scotland). This multi-million-pound project is set to help the oil and gas industry diversify into renewables.

Agenda

16/18 July

ICWPT 2019

Treating polluted water is at the heart of the program for the ...

13/15 August

ICBCE 2019

In Singapore, the second International Conference on Bioenergy and Clean Energy (...

19/22 August

REE 2019

The 2ndInternational Conference on Renewable Energy and Environment (...