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- Image07.12.2022KyrgyzstanLand managementOver the summer months, construction work on the Real Lab - a community house in the framework of ÖkoFlussPlan project in Kyrgyzstan continued successfully. The main objective of the Real Lab is to demonstrate the combination of sustainable insulation and renewable heating technologies. In that regard, the building is insulated with reed. For sustainable heat supply, a solar thermal system was successfully installed on the roof of the community house, which generates heat for domestic hot water and space heating.
- Image22.11.2022UzbekistanWater management, Climate protection/ energy efficiency, Adaptation to climate change, Land managementFrom 18-19 October 2022, the second CLIENT II Stakeholder Conference for Central Asia took place in the framework of the Uzbek Inno-Week 2022 "Green Innovations for Sustainable Development". The conference was dedicated to regional climate projects in Central Asia and attracted over 100 participants from the CLIENT II partner countries in Central Asia as well as Mongolia, Japan, Israel, and Germany.
- Image09.11.2022BrazilResource efficiency and circular economyThe materials made from renewable raw materials developed in the BestBioPLA project were successfully processed into an automotive component and presented to a wide audience of experts at the K plastics trade fair in Düsseldorf.
- Image09.11.2022VietnamWater management, Land management, Natural hazardsWars, salinization and climate change the demand for small dual water plants. Given that water is becoming scarce in more and more regions worldwide, technologies that were originally only intended for arid regions are also becoming relevant in Germany. IEEM, the Institute for Environmental Engineering, has developed a new concept for small waterworks as part of a project funded by the BMBF. This is intended to help where one natural water source alone is no longer sufficient.
- Image08.11.2022South AfricaAdaptation to climate changeThe latest FONA newsletter featured a report on the CLIENT II project FarmImpact. The project has explored solutions to climate change-induced water shortages on farms in South Africa.
- Image08.11.2022Adaptation to climate change, Land management, Natural hazardsFrom 19 to 23 September 2022 a training on Web Processing Services (WPS) and their integration in the multi-risk analysis tool (RIESGOS demonstrator) developed within the RIESGOS 2.0 project took place at CENEPRED (Centro Nacional de Estimación, Prevención y Reducción del Riesgo de Desastres) in Lima, Peru.
- Image04.11.2022KyrgyzstanLand management, Natural hazardsThe CLIENT II project DUB-GEM has documented in a new video how the exploration of a uranium waste site in Kyrgyzstan works with the drone-based DUB-GEM system.
- Image02.11.2022BrazilResource efficiency and circular economyA lot has happened in the revolBRAS project: In October 2022, face-to-face meetings with Brazilian stakeholders took place at the K-2022 trade fair in Düsseldorf, and the project coordinator RITTEC Umwelttechnik was awarded the Startups Connected 2022 in Brazil. The team is also planning a field study in São Paulo city in November 2022.
- Image02.11.2022GhanaWater management, Adaptation to climate change, Natural hazardsThe RAIN project team was pleased to report that it held a successful dissemination workshop in Accra, Ghana. On 28th of September 2022 Ghanaian and German partners from research as well as the private and public sector discussed the results of the project “RAIN - Sustainable Technologies and Services for Adaptation to Climate Change in Flood- and Drought-prone Settlement Areas in Ghana”.
- Image01.11.2022Climate protection/ energy efficiencyHow can solar energy be used to generate steam for industry? Is it viable for my company? These were the kinds of questions answered at the latest workshop organised by the JOSSI project.