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Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Environment: It’s Time to Drop Consensus

In an interview with DW, the head of an effort to reform the way the UN deals with environmental problems outlines his suggestions for how the world could move from countless talk shops to action. Frank Biermann is the chair of the Earth System Governance Project and a professor at Amsterdam’s Free University. He is leading

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

International Water Management Institute (IWMI) Named 2012 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate

he International Water Management Institute (IWMI), with headquarters in Colombo, Sri Lanka, has been named the 2012 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for their pioneering research that has served to improve agriculture water management, enhance food security, protect environmental health and alleviate poverty in developing countries. This announcement was made on the UN World Water Day. H.M.

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

UK Carbon Measuring Centre ‘to improve climate future’

A new UK facility aimed at improving measurement of carbon emissions and boosting development of clean technology is due to open. The Centre for Carbon Measurement will be based at the National Physical Laboratory in south-west London. Read More

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Disaster Ship Remembered in City that Built It

A striking new museum opens this week in Belfast, the birthplace of the ill-fated Titanic luxury ship. Opening a century after the cruise ship slammed into an iceberg, killing 1,500, the exhibition recalls a tragedy which was long taboo in Northern Ireland’s former industrial hub. Read More

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Anthony Follett Inducted to the Alaska Surveying and Mapping Hall of Fame

Anthony (Tony) Follett was elected to the Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference’s Hall of Fame for his, “exemplary contributions of surveying and mapping,” in the State of Alaska. Follett is the sixth AeroMetric employee to receive this award. Follett, who leads AeroMetric’s Alaska office, said, “It was an unexpected honor for me to be chosen

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Emirates Green Building Council Shares Industry Insights on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Emirates Green Building Council (Emirates GBC) shared industry insights on promoting energy and water use efficiency in existing buildings and new constructions through its participation at the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (Wetex) that was recently held in Dubai. Read More

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Satellite Technology Vital for Economic Development

It is important to use technology for economic development but we should not get addicted to it, said Professor Suvit Wibulsreth Founder Executive Director of the Geo Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency of Thailand delivering the 4th Sir Arthur C Clarke memorial lecture at the Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies on Monday. He said that

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Turkey – Privatization in Energy Might Exceed $15 Billion

Privatization revenues in the Turkish energy industry might reach $20 billion this year, exceeding the estimated volume of $15 billion, said a consultant at a panel on March 19 in Istanbul. Speaking about risks, opportunities and prospects for the local energy industry between 2012 and 2015, Cüneyd Zapsu, the head of Cüneyd Zapsu Consultancy, said Turkey,

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Summit Tries to Solve World’s Resource Problems

Scientists, politicians, businesspeople and NGO representatives from 95 countries are set to meet in London to find solutions to the issues of growing population and rising consumption of the Earth’s limited resources. Read More

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

80% of Complaints Involve Land Management

Eighty percent of complaints from people against authorities in 18 provinces and cities in the central region of Vietnam in the past four years involved land management, according to the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam. The agency announced the news at yesterday’s meeting in Buon Ma Thuot City of Dak Lak Province to review the reception of

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