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Professor Nickolas J. Themelis Director, Columbia University, New York,
Aid worker Josef Elas supports and trains small farmers with his association 'FöLa'
"In my life, I've learned that you should not be afraid. You just got to do something, otherwise it will not work." With this attitude, Josef Elas has successfully launched the development aid project FöLa, promoting agriculture in Africa.
Dr.-Ing. Peter Degener Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT
Council of the EU Council and Parliament reach provisional agreement on new EU waste rules
In the early hours of 18 December 2017, the Estonian presidency reached a provisional agreement with representatives of the European Parliament on all four legislative proposals of the waste package. EU ambassadors will be briefed on the outcome on 20 December, but the final analysis and endorsement on behalf of the Council is planned for the first quarter of next year.
Earth Engineering Center of the City College of New York Coming Up Soon: 2018 EEC/WtERT Bi-Annual Conference
The bi-annual conference will will take place on the 4th and 5th of october at the Earth Engineering Center of the City College of New York at its stately campus in Manhattan.
The Department of Waste Management and Material Flow of the University of Rostock has been active in Arab countries for over 20 years, and has initiated, carried out and scientifically supervised numerous projects. Waste management and material flow is an important theme in the field of German development cooperation in the MENA regions and has gained in significance in recent years.
Global Climate Action Summit Global Climate Action Summit: Governments Must Aim for Net Zero Carbon Emissions Before 2050, Say Business Leaders
SAN FRANCISCO, September 12 – Businesses are unlikely to reduce carbon emissions to zero and deliver the Paris Agreement without ambitious and unequivocal targets set by governments, according to CEOs attending the Global Climate Action Summit.
Susanne Uschold, Stadt Amberg ForumZ Partners screening worlds waste management
Waste Management International - Impressions over the past few years, send to us by ForumZ Partners!
WtERT Germany Expert Information Seminar (FIS) Ghana ”Power supply from Bioenergy”
22 July – 28 July 2018: During a one-week technical information seminar (FIS) in Bavaria, eleven professionals and managers from private commercial enterprises, governmental authorities, and lecturers from universities visited Bavaria.
WtERT Germany WtERT Germany at IFAT 2018
WtERT Germany GmbH Managing Director Werner was attending the IFAT 2018 fair to establish contacts and inform about WtERT Decision Support System.
WtERT Germany Dr. Grzegorz Lisak visited WtE-plant Rosenheim and biowaste fermantation from VIVO KU
Dr. Gregorz Lisak from WtERT Singapore and Dr. Dorota Bankiewicz have had a tour from Rolf Waller at the waste incineration plant at the city of Rosenheim.