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28th European biomass conference and exhibition (EUBCE)

European Union

An initiative of the European Commission since 1980, the European biomass conference and exhibition (EUBCE) is a world-leading event for biomass

11/19/2019

Retail Forum for Sustainability’s 10 years anniversary and way forward

European Union

It has been 10 years that the retail sector and the European Commission are working side by side with a common goal: promote sustainable

11/19/2019

Essig Brunch Seminar thru Dec 13

University of California, Berkeley

Weekly seminar series focused on insect ecology, evolution, behavior, and other research topics.

11/22/2019

A Better Future for Fossil Hydrocarbons and Carbon Nanomaterials Nov

University of California, Berkeley

Every year we extract over 4.2 GT of oil, 2.5 GT of natural gas, and 3.4 GT of coal to sustain our economies. That’s equivalent to 8.7 GT of

11/22/2019

BERC s 2019 Resource Symposium: Resilient Cities Nov 22

University of California, Berkeley

Each year BERC hosts our flagship fall event, Resource Symposium, a half-day event that brings together professionals, policymakers, and

11/22/2019

MENA Salon: Climate Change and Oil Production in the Arabian Peninsula

University of California, Berkeley

Every Friday the CMES hosts an informal guided discussion of current events in the Middle East and North Africa, open to all. This week, Saudi

11/22/2019

Power and the People: The U.S. Census and Who Counts thru Mar 1 2020

University of California, Berkeley

Since 1790, the U.S. Census has impacted many aspects of our lives. It determines congressional apportionment, decides which communities receive

11/22/2019

Annual Conference on Financial Regulation and Supervision in the EU

Environmental Expert

This year’s conference is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of emerging and existing challenges facing the

11/21/2019

Being Human Festival 2019: Literature and Environment: A Reading and

Princeton University

Why read literature to study the environment? How do stories, poems, or essays about nature—and its many ties to humans—illuminate the

12/7/2019

ERG Colloquium: Laney Siegner Nov 20

University of California, Berkeley

The dominant food system is in crisis, producing adverse consequences for human health and the environment. Climate change, an intersecting

11/20/2019


Green Steel

Planning

Green Steel

Today’s Large Crocodiles Were Created by Climate Change

Climate

Today’s Large Crocodiles Were Created by Climate Change

Sulfur and the Emergence of the First Life on Earth

Planning

Sulfur and the Emergence of the First Life on Earth

A rundown 1960s structure is converted into a stunning home that operates

Climate

A rundown 1960s structure is converted into a stunning home that operates

Top News: Major Airlines with Contaminated Water Historic Venice Flooding

Climate

Top News: Major Airlines with Contaminated Water Historic Venice Flooding

Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstrators workshop

Climate

Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstrators workshop