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:: Energy- and Climate Atlas Lake Constance-Alpine Rhine

+ 07.07.2014 + Regions undergo a renaissance in this globalised world, re-emerging as vital domains of collective life, sources of cultural identity, as planning territories and economic spaces – and as autonomous energy systems.

:: What leaders of automotive industry could learn...

+ 05.07.2014 + Another view about from one of our e-mobile event-pirates.

:: LED Lighting Will Constitute Nearly 94 Percent of Annual Street Lighting Sales Worldwide by 2023

+ 05.07.2014 + Networked control systems are also spreading, but face standardization issues, report finds

:: Global Sustainable Development Report

+ 04.07.2014 + By its very nature, sustainable development covers a vast area of issues.

:: Health Ministers agree on priority actions to end Ebola outbreak in West Africa

+ 03.07.2014 + The scale of the ongoing outbreak is unprecedented with reports of over 750 cases and 445 deaths in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia since March 2014.

:: Insecticides put world food supplies at risk, say scientists

+ 02.07.2014 + Regulations on pesticides have failed to prevent poisoning of almost all habitats, international team of scientists concludes.

:: European renewable energy investment set to surge by 2030 on back of nearly $1 trillion of investment

+ 02.07.2014 + Further falls in technology costs will mean that photovoltaics and onshore wind dominate deployment; only offshore wind will be subsidised in 2020s.

:: Environment: 80 per cent of Europeans want their country to waste less

+ 01.07.2014 + According to a new survey, most European citizens think their own country is generating too much waste.

:: Urban expansion can reduce food security

+ 30.06.2014 + Urbanising arable land can have serious economic consequences as a result of the reduction in food production and loss of ecosystem services, according to recent research.

:: Paulson, Bloomberg Agree Global Warming Is Risky Business

+ 28.06.2014 + The report outlines the economic risks posed by climate change to the U.S., including extreme weather effects like hurricanes and rising sea levels that jeopardize more than $1.4 trillion in coastal real estate.

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