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Eco-Model Cities for a Low-Carbon Society

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All of the cities prominently feature activities and future plans to achieve drastic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. The town aims to reduce greenhouse emissions through a combination of local resource utilization and low-carbon housing projects, aided by the active involvement of its citizens. The city has ambitious goals for combating global warming, including plans to reduce CO2 emissions within the city 25% by 2020 and 50% by 2050 from 1990 levels.

Urban Research Symposium 2009

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pdf) ( presentation - pdf) André Meunié, Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV, France; Guillaume Pouyanne Climate change and urban economic development: A CGE analysis (pdf) ( presentation - pdf) Fabio Grazi, CIRED, France; Henri Waisman Does climate change make industrialization an obsolete development strategy for cities in the South?

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Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

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Sustainable energy future My presentation for the ERM Alumni Conference on Energy and Natural Resources Policy, Brandenburg Technical University of Cottbus, Germany, 6-10.10.2008 Abstract: The world of fossil fuel – based economy is eventually coming into crisis as these fuels go exhausted. Introduction Every living-thing needs energy to maintain their lives on Earth. Everything needs energy to do their works. and ‘Can it help reduce CO2 emissions?’


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Mottainai furoshiki is made from recycled PET bottles, and has a motifs designed by Itoh Jakuchu, a painter of the mid-Edo era Source link from Hanami web MOTTAINAI CAMPAIGN We are in the business of delivering world peace through environment conservation Using MOTTAINAI as a keyword, we want to pass on the beauty of our earth to future generations. Implementing the 3Rs is the shortest path to environmental conservation.

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