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Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

LOBO – Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory

Satlantic’s new complete turnkey monitoring system, the LOBO, addresses the need for routine, robust and accurate water quality measurements, particularly in sensitive and diverse ecological areas such as estuaries and inland waters. Developed in collaboration with MBARI, the LOBO is designed to create a real time sensor network for aquatic systems. Read More  

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Denmark and China Sign Environmental Agreement

COPENHAGEN POST – The environment ministries of China and Denmark signed an agreement Monday in Beijing for future co-operation for numerous environmental projects carried out through 2012. Starting next year, businesses, research institutions and public offices will be able to bid on projects which can lead to exchanges of knowledge, environmental seminars, guest visits by

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Global Blame Game Continues at Berlin Climate Conference

DEUTSCHE WELLE – During the opening of a two-day international environment conference in Berlin, developing and industrialized nations remained far apart on who should shoulder responsibility for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Read More

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

conterra Releases mapClient 2.1

con terra GmbH has released version 2.1 of its mapClient software; this component of the sdi.suite product family has now been subjected to considerable revision and functional expansion. mapClient offers a wide range of functions for displaying, navigating, searching, selecting and managing spatial information services. Read More

Monday, September 10th, 2007

T-Kartor now Leica Geosystems Solutions Distributor in Scandinavia

Leica Geosystems Geospatial Imaging today announced that T-Kartor is now an authorized distributor of Leica Geosystems’ solutions in Scandinavia. Specializing in mapping services with an emphasis on data handling and cartography, T-Kartor will handle a full range of Leica Geosystems’ products, including data sharing, enterprise, photogrammetry, remote sensing and visualization solutions.

Monday, September 10th, 2007

Windlab Systems Successfully Completes a A$5 million Capital Raising

Windlab Systems, a world-leader in the development and application of atmospheric modeling systems used globally to locate and develop wind energy sites, today announced the successful close of a A$5.0million equity financing. Read More

Monday, September 10th, 2007

“Nobelprize” for Environmental Technology Proposed

NORWAY POST – The proposal hs been put forward by the the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and The Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences. The aim is to promote technology which will stimulate sustainable development. Carrying the name of Brundtland, with her background and involvement, Norway has a unique opportunity and a special responsibility for

Monday, September 10th, 2007

Management of River Catchments

GERMAN GOVERNMENT – How can the basic interdisciplinary principles for the management of river basin units in Germany be extended, taking into account ecosystem and socio-economic aspects? Read More

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

Leipzig Charter on Sustainable European Cities

Introduction To achieve the objective of sustainable cities, an integral approach to urban issues must be chosen. In addition, the European structural funds should be made available for local projects that embrace this integral approach. This is the most important message of the Leipzig Charter, which was adopted by the European ministers responsible for urban

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

High-Flying Lasers Reveal Forests Ancient Secrets

Laser beams shone down from the sky are revealing archaeological and other treasures hidden in Britain’s forests – by “seeing through” the trees. Scientists, archaeologists and foresters are using pulses of laser energy beamed down from aircraft flying about 1000 metres (3300 feet) up to reveal forests’ hidden secrets. These can include sites of ancient