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23/10

Spanish researchers revisit building energy...

In Spain, researchers from the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have developed a building energy efficiency indicator. The originality of this calculation method lies in the use of cadastral data combined with open source software.

16/10

High concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere...

The protein, zinc and iron content of staple foodstuffs such as cereals, rice and vegetables could drop by 3 to 17% if the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere continues to increase over the next 30 to 80 years. The most fragile populations would be the first victims.

10/10

A new decision-making tool for precision...

With the innovative farming project “FATIMA,” based on satellite images, farmers can use the water and fertilizers indispensable for plants more responsibly and remotely monitor their fields. This program is funded by the European Union.

09/10

Urban climate policies could prevent 1.3...

Sufficiently ambitious urban climate policies could reduce global carbon emissions, while delivering major benefits in terms of economics and health.

Agenda

11/16 November

BRW 2018

Barcelona Resilience...

09/11 January 2019

ICFEE 2019

The 9th International...

News

23/10

Spanish researchers revisit building energy performance calculations

In Spain, researchers from the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have developed a building energy efficiency indicator. The originality of this calculation method lies in the use of cadastral data combined with open source software.

16/10

High concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere could affect food quality

The protein, zinc and iron content of staple foodstuffs such as cereals, rice and vegetables could drop by 3 to 17% if the CO2 concentration in the atmosphere continues to increase over the next 30 to 80 years. The most fragile populations would be the first victims.

10/10

A new decision-making tool for precision agriculture

With the innovative farming project “FATIMA,” based on satellite images, farmers can use the water and fertilizers indispensable for plants more responsibly and remotely monitor their fields. This program is funded by the European Union.

Agenda

09/11 January 2019

ICFEE 2019

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