News

04/12

The challenge of financing water infrastructure...

During the recent water symposium in Johannesburg (1), the debates concentrated on the need to capture and convey water across the country to meet communities’ needs in terms of drinking water and sanitation.

03/12

The New Zealand coast in danger

New Zealand estimates that a 1.5-meter sea-level rise by 2100* would cost at least 1.9 billion New Zealand dollars (€1.168 billion) in damage and then reconstruction. This scenario is now credible if greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions due to human activity continue at the same pace as today.

28/11

From coal to wind power: a career change for...

Due to the gradual shutdown of coal-fired power plants, the Romanian Wind Energy Association* (RWEA) is preparing for the vocational retraining of former miners. And offering them a first professional visit on site to initiate this change and maintain employment.

27/11

Floating solar: Europe’s largest power plant is...

Built thanks to participatory investment of around 17 million euros, Piolenc power plant in the Vaucluse is looking to illustrate the considerable potential of the floating solar market in Europe and worldwide.

26/11

Livable cities: prospects opened up by...

The four major development banks (1) have analyzed the outlook for global urbanization. In the light of this strong trend, the report that they have co-published (2) points out the specific weaknesses of each region of the world and proposes specific support programs by way of solutions.

20/11

United States: the environmental benefits of...

According to a recent study by Iowa State University, meeting the demands of modern agriculture and climate change inevitably involves updating agricultural drainage networks (1), which promote subsistence crop cultivation on much of the world's most productive land. This large-scale renovation would make it possible to obtain better yields and more resilient production systems.

Agenda

03/04 January 2020

ICFAPEC 2020

Multi-faceted expertise in...

08/10 January 2020

ICRET 2020

The sixth International...

08/10 January 2020

ICEES 2020

The fourth International...

24/26 February 2020

ICFES 2020

The sixth International...

News

04/12

The challenge of financing water infrastructure in South Africa

During the recent water symposium in Johannesburg (1), the debates concentrated on the need to capture and convey water across the country to meet communities’ needs in terms of drinking water and sanitation.

03/12

The New Zealand coast in danger

New Zealand estimates that a 1.5-meter sea-level rise by 2100* would cost at least 1.9 billion New Zealand dollars (€1.168 billion) in damage and then reconstruction. This scenario is now credible if greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions due to human activity continue at the same pace as today.

28/11

From coal to wind power: a career change for Romanian miners

Due to the gradual shutdown of coal-fired power plants, the Romanian Wind Energy Association* (RWEA) is preparing for the vocational retraining of former miners. And offering them a first professional visit on site to initiate this change and maintain employment.

27/11

Floating solar: Europe’s largest power plant is French

Built thanks to participatory investment of around 17 million euros, Piolenc power plant in the Vaucluse is looking to illustrate the considerable potential of the floating solar market in Europe and worldwide.

26/11

Livable cities: prospects opened up by international development banks

The four major development banks (1) have analyzed the outlook for global urbanization. In the light of this strong trend, the report that they have co-published (2) points out the specific weaknesses of each region of the world and proposes specific support programs by way of solutions.

20/11

United States: the environmental benefits of modernizing agricultural drainage infrastructure

According to a recent study by Iowa State University, meeting the demands of modern agriculture and climate change inevitably involves updating agricultural drainage networks (1), which promote subsistence crop cultivation on much of the world's most productive land. This large-scale renovation would make it possible to obtain better yields and more resilient production systems.

Agenda

03/04 January 2020

ICFAPEC 2020

Multi-faceted expertise in energy regulation fields is the overarching theme of the third...

08/10 January 2020

ICRET 2020

The sixth International Conference on Renewable Energy Technologies (...

08/10 January 2020

ICEES 2020

The fourth International Conference on Energy and Environmental Science (...

24/26 February 2020

ICFES 2020

The sixth International Conference on Food and Environmental Sciences (...