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Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Information Day - EASME

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Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency: Information Day - Executive Agency for SMEs

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  • Learn about the energy efficiency priorities of the 2015 Horizon 2020 calls.
  • Find out how to apply for funding.
  • Participate in sessions dedicated to the different funding areas, meet the EASME team and get answers to your questions.
  • Use the opportunity to find new project partners.


Information Day on 12 December 2014 in Brussels

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Envi engg water and wastewater

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Water Pollution2 By Meenaxi & Shradha

Presentation on Topic “Water Pollution” By: Miss. Shradha Shirodkar & Miss. Meenaxi Bhatia
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Recyclable electronics: just add hot water | ZeitNews

Recyclable electronics: just add hot water | ZeitNews | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
The Challenge The electronics industry has a waste problem - currently over 100 million electronic units are discarded annually in the UK alone, making it one of the fastest growing waste streams.

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5 Charts About Climate Change That Should Have You Very, Very Worried

5 Charts About Climate Change That Should Have You Very, Very Worried | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it

Two major organizations released climate change reports this month warning of doom and gloom if we stick to our current course and fail to take more aggressive measures. A World Bank report imagines a world 4 degrees warmer, the temperature predicted by century's end barring changes, and says it aims to shock people into action by sharing devastating scenarios of flood, famine, drought and cyclones. Meanwhile, a report from the US National Research Council, commissioned by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other intelligence agencies, says the consequences of climate change--rising sea levels, severe flooding, droughts, fires, and insect infestations--pose threats greater than those from terrorism ranging from massive food shortages to a rise in armed conflicts.

Here are some of the more alarming graphic images from the reports.


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Marine agriculture offers a new solution to the problem of water scarcity

Marine agriculture offers a new solution to the problem of water scarcity | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
Mark Tran: Costa Rican academics are pioneering the growth of crops on freshwater lakes as a way of addressing food shortages

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Hunger and nutrition will feature prominently at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland in June, in keeping with the renewed interest in agriculture, especially in Africa, where investors are eyeing the potential of vast tracts of land.

But as experts note, water is the most severe impediment to increasing food production and security.

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Improved but Not Always Safe: Despite Global Efforts, More Than 1 Billion People Likely at Risk for Lack of Clean Water: Scientific American

Improved but Not Always Safe: Despite Global Efforts, More Than 1 Billion People Likely at Risk for Lack of Clean Water: Scientific American | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
U.N.Development Goals for better drinking water have already been reached, but a closer look shows that the measures fail to truly account for the lack of access to safe water...

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Sprung Instant Structures - Engineered Building Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry - Offshore Technology

Established in 1887, Sprung Instant Structures has become a global leader in building solutions for thousands of different applications, in over 90 countries around the world.Sprung created the stressed membrane structure, which uses architectural...
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The Top 5 Advantages of The Green Deal

The Top 5 Advantages of The Green Deal | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
The Green Deal launched this week amid skepticism and criticism about interest rates, assessment fees and lack of public awareness.
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Editing Tips—The Wandering Only - Scribendi.com

Editing Tips—The Wandering Only - Scribendi.com | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
Scribendi.com's editors provide editing tips that will help you identify wandering modifiers in your academic writing.
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Don't let the word only wander aimlessly around yourpage. Put it in its place with proper editing.
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Microorganism & Water Pollution

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How not to write a PhD thesis

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In this guide, Tara Brabazon gives her top ten tips for doctoral failure

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In this guide, Tara Brabazon gives her top ten tips for doctoral failure

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Need to filter water? Fight infection? Just open package, mix polymers

Need to filter water? Fight infection? Just open package, mix polymers | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it

Working in the lab for the last few years, three generations of University of Akron polymer scientists say their mutual and passionate curiosity about science has led to their discovery of a first-of-its-kind, easily adaptable biocompatible polymer structure able to fight infection, filter water and perform a host of other functions. Darrell Reneker, 82, distinguished professor of polymer science; Matthew Becker, 37, associate professor of polymer science; and Jukuan Zheng, a 25-year-old graduate student, developed what they call a one-size-fits-all polymer system that can be fabricated and then specialized to perform healing functions ranging from fighting infection to wound healing. The research, "Post-Assembly Derivatization of Electrospun Nanofibers via Strain-Promoted Azide Alkyne Cycloaddition," is published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Material can be adapted to the need The researchers devised a way to attach bioactive molecules to an electrospun polymer fiber mat, without compromising their biological functions. The possibilities for application should pique interest among developers and clinicians, say the scientists. Consider, for instance, Teflon-based vascular grafts used for aneurysm surgery since WWII being replaced by a strong, durable polymer structure with surface proteins that function as healthy blood vessels.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2012-11-filter-infection-package-polymers.html#jCp


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Carbon emissions are 'too high'

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It is increasingly unlikely that global warming will be kept below an increase of 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial levels, a study suggests.

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New Rules Tackle Bacteria in Drinking Water: Scientific American

New Rules Tackle Bacteria in Drinking Water: Scientific American | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
New national drinking water rules are expected to lead to fewer pathogens flowing out of the tap

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Collaboration set to explore oil recovery enhancement | News | The Engineer

Collaboration set to explore oil recovery enhancement | News | The Engineer | Civil &Environment Engineering | Scoop.it
Sciencesoft and Glasgow University have received funding to explore methods of enhancing oil recovery from mature North Sea oilfields.
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Court Deals Blow to EPA and Obama’s Green Energy Program - Political Outcast

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Court Deals Blow to EPA and Obama’s Green Energy Program : Political Outcast: http://t.co/rcJge6Ez
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Energy Conservation Behaviour Toolkit

Presentation provided during the symposium "Groene ICT en Duurzame ontwikkeling: Meters maken in het HO", 31.1.2013 Driebergen, The Netherlands (My presentation about gamification of energy conservation at the workplace is available on Slideshare ...
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